Most weather apps do pretty much the same thing. Might as well use an ASCII one.
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This is pretty awesome, and it's available as a standalone terminal application. I have found my new default weather client. Thanks!Edit: I've gotta say: this looks pretty good in my terminal. You can't see it here, but the thunderstorms actually flash lightning. Pretty cool.
Edit: I've gotta say: this looks pretty good in my terminal. You can't see it here, but the thunderstorms actually flash lightning. Pretty cool.
I was musing to mk how you can make and ascii version of any old application that's been done a million times before, and it's instantly that much cooler.
This is awesome, but i don't computer well. Can I run this in Terminal on my mac?
Most likely, yes. You'll need to install golang as well as git. Then just follow the instructions on the wego github page.
If you just want to display it in your terminal, you can just run `curl wttr.in`, no need to install anything.
thanks - that worked perfectly
Add "/city" -> http://wttr.in/minneapolis
Not sure if the cities are published somewhere but I was able to get London, Ontario by just adding a space -> http://wttr.in/london%20ontario