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  • ansiweather
    ansiweather is a shell script for displaying the current weather conditions in your terminal, with support for ANSI colors and Unicode symbols.
  • bbweather
    bbweather is a tool which displays the current weather conditions in an decorated window, simulating the look of the Blackbox toolbar
  • clweather
    clweather is a no bloat, no frills implementation of wmweather for the command line. The GUI, as well as many other features, has been stripped out. It will display weather information to stdout.
  • E-Forecast
    E-Forecast is an epplet that shows an icon with the current weather for the city of your choice.
  • Gforecast
    Gforecast is a simple, lightweight GNOME applet that displays the weather forecast for a selected city as an icon image.
  • KWeather
    This is a KDE dock applet that will display the current weather outside.It requires KDE 1.1 or greater and an internet connection.
  • McCaskill Weather Centre
    McCaskill Weather Centre is a graphical desktop client that interfaces with USB weather stations.
  • Meteo
    Meteo is used to retrieve meteorological data from a Davis Weather Monitor II, Perception, Weather Wizard or a Davis Vantage Pro Station.
  • netmap
    netmap creates network weather maps based on existing images creaetd by other software. It uses SNMP to collect data from other devices and it does not depend on MRTG or any other statistics program.
  • open2300
    open2300 is a package of software tools that reads (and writes) data from a Lacrosse WS2300/WS2305/WS2310/WS2315 Weather Station. It includes a function library for your own programs and a number of small programs for PHP webpage, Weather Underground and Citizen Weather. Most of Open2300 is written in standard C.
  • Oreaje Applet
    Oreaje Applet is a GNOME applet to view Yahoo! Weather forecasts. This application uses Yahoo! Weather feeds
  • PHP Weather
    PHP Weather makes it easy to show the current weather on your webpage. All you need is a local airport, that makes some special weather reports called METARs.
  • Snowpath formation simulation
    At rural colleges and similar settings, people form very distinct paths in the snow as they walk across open spaces. This program models that process. The evolving condition of the snow is displayed graphically. Snowpath may be used as a screensaver.
  • Temperature.app
    Temperature.app is a Window Maker applet which fetches local temperature information every 15 minutes from ftp://weather.noaa.gov and displays it (in Celsius or Fahrenheit).
  • TkWeather
    TkWeathera is a GUI for tracking the weather - connecting to the weather underground.
  • vproweather
    vproweather is software and article describes how to get weather data from a Davis Vantage Pro Weather Station to one or more html web pages via a Linux server.
  • Weather Or Not
    Weather Or Not is an application for keeping track of the weather and getting information about past trends.
  • WeatherLog
    WeatherLog is an application for keeping track of the weather and getting information about past trends.
  • weatherman
    weatherman displays weather information from weatherbug.com on the command line. It is written entirely in bash
  • weatherspect
    weatherspect provides a reasonably accurate simulation of what the weather looks like outside, in ASCII art. It includes rain, snow, lightning, sleet, and hail.
  • wmFrog
    wmFrog is a weather dockapp for use in Window Maker or blakbox/fluxbox. It shows the cloud cover (sunny, partly cloudy. etc.), precipitation (snow, light rain, etc.) the temperature, the wind direction/speed, and the humidity.
  • wmweather+
    wmweather+ downloads the National Weather Serivce METAR bulletins, ANV and MRF forecasts, and any weather map for display in a WindowMaker dockapp.



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