Halo – Weather software written in Python

Last Updated on August 24, 2020


Halo is a small utility that keeps you on top of the latest weather forecast.

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Website: github.com/cijo7/Halo
Support: Documentation
Developer: Cijo Saju
License: MIT License

Halo is written in Python. Learn Python with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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Emilio Fontana
Emilio Fontana
4 years ago

“The free plan limits the historic weather data to the previous day.”

Could one not save the date each day in one’s own database and then plot the historical data from that stored data to give a view of changes over the last week or last month?