New WeatherBug Commands

February 14, 2007

Development on Leopard is continuing to move forward, and the integration with WeatherBug’s data is becoming more complete as each day passes. For your information, the following commands have been added to the current development version of Leopard, which should be released in the near future:

weatherbug travel weather
weatherbug wind chill
weatherbug infrared satellite
weatherbug visible satellite
weatherbug wind speed
weatherbug highs today
weatherbug lows tonight
weatherbug highs tomorrow
weatherbug lightning
weatherbug storm tracker

This tight integration will enable teachers to build more complete interactive lesson plans that contain live weather data, and the additional features give students more content to learn from and get creative with.



  1. Brandon, you mean the current version (like if i download it right now) will have these features?

  2. I was wondering the same thing! But these commands weren’t added to the online user guide when I looked so they probably aren’t just yet!

  3. I’m sorry for the lack of clarification. These features have been added to the development version of Leopard, which isn’t released just yet, but should be in the near future. I’ll let you know when it’s ready. 🙂

  4. Thanks!

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