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The problem: I want to look up the weather from wunderground from my terminal without opening up a web browser. I figured “hey, this should be easy / fun to do using Python!” – WRONG! XML is always a pain to work with, and there is no easy way to get XML schema into a dict. Most people don’t even use XML correctly; you should use JSON if you just have strings inside of XML tags and nothing more. Every API I’ve ever seen / worked with uses XML in this way, and so they could all replace it with the much easier to parse JSON.

Update: You can now pass in the location as the first argument to the script.

Update 2: You can use any location search format that wunderground supports; this includes zipcode, airport code, city name and state, etc. If Wunderground returns valid XML for your query, pycliweather will parse it; the searches are limited only by the Wunderground API.

In the example below, I’m using ‘dallas texas’. There is also a default specified in the code should a location not be passed.

Anyway, here is what should come out when you run this:

likwid@helios pycliweather(master)$ weather dallas texas Location: dallas+texas Sunrise: 6:18 Sunset: 20:37 Moon visible: 95%

Friday - Partly Cloudy - 79F to 99F - 0% chance of rain Saturday - Partly Cloudy - 79F to 104F - 10% chance of rain Sunday - Partly Cloudy - 79F to 101F - 10% chance of rain Monday - Partly Cloudy - 77F to 99F - 10% chance of rain Tuesday - Chance of a Thunderstorm - 77F to 95F - 20% chance of rain Wednesday - Chance of a Thunderstorm - 76F to 92F - 30% chance of rain

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