For the next five days, it provides an icon showing what weather to look for along with the highest temperature.
The app pulls data from the Norwegian Meteorological Institute.
There’s a GNOME Shell extension that keeps the forecast even more accessible by placing an icon in the panel at the top of your screen.
Clicking that icon shows the forecast for today and tomorrow, along with added details such as humidity and wind speed.
Live weather updates on your desktop in the form of an applet is a great way to have instant temperature updates in your region.
Open Weather GNOME shell extension for your Fedora workstation helps you in giving that beautiful and functional eye-candy.
Plus you can see the pressure and visibility outside.
You can store several cities, which can be especially useful for people who travel often.
The extension comes with some customization options, so you can change the number of days displayed as well as what information appears.
I added the applet to gnome-panel and set the location.
I can't test it as I don't have an el6 system left with a GUI. I can't test it as I don't have an el6 system left with a GUI.
You can download the widget directly from the Cinnamon desktop.