Get accurate and beautiful weather forecasts powered by Wunderground.com for your content or your sidebar.
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Wunderground.com has the most accurate and in-depth weather information. They're also not evil corporate giants, and are weather geeks, which is nice.
This plugin uses the Wunderground API to gather its accurate forecasts.
This is the best-looking weather forecast plugin for WordPress. It looks great on many different templates out of the box.
The WP Wunderground plugin uses 10 great-looking icon sets from Wunderground.com.
Check out the Screenshots tab for pictures.
The plugin can be configured in two ways:
[forecast]to your content where you want the forecast to appear.
If you're a maniac for shortcodes, and you want all control all the time, this is a good way to use it.
[forecast location="Tokyo, Japan" caption="Weather for Tokyo" measurement='F' todaylabel="Today" datelabel="date('m/d/Y')" highlow='%%high%%°/%%low%%°' numdays="3" iconset="Cartoon" class="css_table_class"]
The shortcode supports the following settings:
location="Tokyo, Japan"- Use any city/state combo or US/Canada ZIP code
caption="Weather for Tokyo"- Add a caption to your table (it's like a title)
measurement='F'- Choose Fahrenheit or Celsius by using "F" or "C"
datelabel="date('m/d/Y')"- Format the way the days display ("9/30/2012" in this example)
todaylabel="Today"- Format how today's date appears ("Today" in this example)
highlow='%%high%%°/%%low%%°'- Format how the highs & low temps display ("85°/35°" in this example)
numdays=3- Change the number of days displayed in the forecast. Up to 6 day forecast.
iconset="Cartoon"- Choose your iconset from one of 10 great options
class="css_table_class"- Change the CSS class of the generated forecast table