Build A Raspberry Pi-Powered Weather Forecast Display

Build A Raspberry Pi-Powered Weather Forecast Display

You have hundreds of ways to view the weather, but if you’re looking for an elegant desktop solution, DIYer caturnuson shares their lovely looking Pi-powered forecast display.

This weather display uses LED matrices housed inside a custom wood enclosure to display the forecast for the next four days using simple little icons. There’s no temperatures, no hour-to-hour breakdown and no extra details.

It’s just a simple, elegant little box that gives you a general idea of what to expect. Head over to GitHub for the full guide to make it for yourself.

RPI Weather [GitHub]

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