ansiweather

ANSIWEATHER(1)             BSD General Commands Manual            ANSIWEATHER(1)

NAME
     ansiweather — weather in terminal, with ANSI colors and Unicode symbols

SYNOPSIS
     ansiweather [-F] [-l location] [-u system] [-f days] [-a value] [-s value]
                 [-k key] [-i value] [-w value] [-h value] [-p value] [-d value]
                 [-v value]

DESCRIPTION
     ansiweather is a shell script for displaying the current weather conditions
     in a terminal, with support for ANSI colors and Unicode symbols.

     Weather data comes from the OpenWeatherMap free weather API.

     The options are as follows:

     -l location
             Specify location

     -u system
             Specify unit system to use ( metric or imperial )

     -f days
             Toggle forecast mode for the specified number of upcoming days

     -F      Toggle forecast mode for the next five days

     -a value
             Toggle ANSI colors display ( true or false )

     -s value
             Toggle symbols display ( true or false )

     -k key  Specify OpenWeatherMap API key

     -i value
             Toggle UV Index display ( true or false )

     -w value
             Toggle wind data display ( true or false )

     -h value
             Toggle humidity data display ( true or false )

     -p value
             Toggle pressure data display ( true or false )

     -d value
             Toggle daylight data display ( true or false )

     -v      Display version

EXAMPLES
     Display forecast using metric units for the next five days (showing symbols
     and daylight data) for Rzeszow, Poland:

     ansiweather -l Rzeszow,PL -u metric -s true -f 5 -d true

AUTHORS
     ansiweather was written by Frederic Cambus.

BSD                               June 29, 2018                              BSD