ZIP=48104; curl http://thefuckingweather.com/?zipcode=$ZIP 2>/dev/null|grep -A1 'div class="large"'|tr '\n' ' '|sed 's/^.*"large" >\(..\)/\1/;s/&d.* <br \/>/ - /;s/<br \/>//;s/<\/div.*$//'

check the fucking weather

grab the weather, with a little expletive fun. replace the 48104 with a US zipcode, or the name of your city (such as ZIP="oslo"), unless you want to know what the weather is like for me (and that's fine too)
Sample Output
70 - ITS FUCKING NICE

1
2009-08-29 19:33:35

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What Others Think

doesn't work in Germany ...
verboEse · 455 weeks ago
For CELSIUS ZIP="Taipei"; curl "http://thefuckingweather.com/?zipcode=${ZIP}&CELSIUS=yes" 2>/dev/null|grep -A1 'div class="large"'|tr '\n' ' '|sed 's/^.*"large" >\(..\)/\1/;s/&d.* <br \/>/ - /;s/<br \/>/ /;s/<\/div.*$//'
unixmonkey5406 · 454 weeks and 5 days ago
that's pretty fuckin nice! thanks a fuckin lot!
stealyourwife · 434 weeks and 5 days ago

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