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Published on Mar 21, 2015
bash-weather  uses OpenWeatherMap  data to give you the current weather condition with big text and condition icon in ASCII art, plus a 3-day forecast on the bottom-left.
By default, without arguments, it will use your IP to determine your location, or you can use `-t` for city name and `-c` for country name. There is also a `-f` option for colored output screen (0:22)
[c] can change unit systems (c-f) (0:10) in the program, [q] to quit. It updates the data every minute.
It requests screen size 80x22+, and programs: bc, curl, grep, and tput.
23 files and nearly 1300 lines, if you like this kind of Bash program and would be a good time to throw some banana peels if you get a sunny day with bash-weather, you will definitely enjoy bash-gorillas  by the same author.
Got a message from the author about this program, which I already knew about, but unfortunately, it requires the grep to be configured with pcre support (Perl Compatible Regular Expressions). I didn't want to re-compile when I first discovered it. This time, I have another copy of grep with the support just for bash-weather to run.
I won't use this script, not because it's not good, although the startup time is a bit long for my patience. but I do have my own weather script, ww.py  -- shamelessly plugging in. It's not as glamorous as this Bash, however it shows all the information I want to see.
(0:05) -t london -c uk (0:22) -f -t 'new york' -c us (0:37) -f -t moscow -c ru
* git-797efebe26e9b8b5f4a0076bdc0cc1eb04e1f960 (2015-03-21) * In Bash * By István Szántai * GPLv3