Weather. It’s always happening and it’s always changing. As such, it’s extremely difficult to predict, at least as far as long range forecasts go. With that in mind, many of us do need to know what the current temperature is or at least have an idea what it’s going to be like later on in case you’re planning to go jogging or maybe driving to a ski hill or even stepping out onto your front steps. Yeah, you may need to know what the weather is going to be like and, if you are using Fedora 25, you might want to know how to install a weather widget such as OpenWeather for your awesome Linux based system.
Install OpenWeather by Jens on Fedora Workstation
Author homepage: Jens
Extension Homepage: https://github.com/jenslody/gnome-shell-extension-openweather
Open a terminal and run the following commands as root:
sudo dnf install gnome-shell-extension-openweather
Enter ‘y’ when prompted.
2. Once the installation is complete, log out of your session and log back in.
3. Open your browser and navigate to the following address:
4. After toggling the button to ‘ON’, you should now see the temperature in the Gnome Panel.
And that’s it. Any questions? These are just a few suggestions for Linux weather apps. What are your favorites?