Weather on the Command line

lynx -dump | grep GMT | awk '{print $3}'
Get your weather from a weather station just blocks from your home. Go to and find a weather station near you. Click on a temperature bubble for that area. When the window pops up, click on hypertext link with the station ID, then on the bottom right of the page, click on the Current Conditions XML. Thats your link! Good luck!
Sample Output

2010-02-05 19:17:18

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What Others Think

alias weather='lynx -dump | grep GMT | awk '\''{print $5$6$7$8}'\''' weather 68.0F(20.0C) works for me. 3 just shows the time in GMT, so I suspect there may be a difference depending on the configuration options that lynx was compiled with.
oshazard · 616 weeks ago
"Remember that sed and awk are glorified variants of grep." So we do not need it here. lynx -dump URL | awk '/GMT/{print $3}'
illu · 616 weeks ago
The link about who wabt to know about the weather in this area and plan their trip. I am glad you shared this with us and If anyone want to have a look at it they should definitely check pH Meters for info. This may encourage others to know this .
KayGasaway · 3 weeks ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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