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Weather Software for Fedora or Linux?


I’m looking for weather forecasting software and EMWIN software for Linux. Has anyone seen anything out there? Still doing some searching, though.

UPDATE: I’m not looking for a piece of software to download the forecast from the NWS, I’m looking for weather analysis software.

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  1. 2008-03-29 at 02:18 EST

    Hi,I used a firefox plugin for weather forecast.You can use this or install wmweather+ with yum.

  2. 2008-03-29 at 13:57 EST

    Searching the net I found this one: http://people.debian.org/~bottoms/emwinrant.htmlFor weather forecasting and analysis you can use wetterzentrale.de: it has links to the officially meteorology organisations, yes, it’s not an application but it has a big database. Unfortunately it is in German but it’s easy to use.

  3. 2008-03-30 at 16:17 EST

    If you are in search of something different, probably you could look some professional solutions (i know there are “basic” solutions starting from 10.000$). You probably have to ask a weather center to get them (e.g. epson etc…).

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