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Uses the OpenWeatherMap to get an emoji based on the current weather // OpenWeaterMap emoji matcher in python.
# Based on ruby version: https://gist.github.com/michels/90327b8d284646a238e6
import requests
OPENWEATHER_APIKEY = "" # TODO add your apikey here
CITY = "Fortaleza"
def get_weather_emoji(weather_id):
# Openweathermap Weather codes and corressponding emojis
thunderstorm = "💨" # Code: 200's Thunderstorm
drizzle = "💧" # Code: 300's Drizzle
rain = "☔" # Code: 500's Rain
snowflake = "❄" # Code: 600's Snow
atmosphere = "🌁" # Code: 700's Atmosphere
clear_sky = "☀️" # Code: 800 Clear
few_clouds = "⛅" # Code: 801 sun behind clouds
clouds = "☁️" # Code: 802-803-804 clouds general
default_emoji = "🌀" # default emojis
weather_id = str(weather_id)
if weather_id[0] == '2':
return thunderstorm
elif weather_id[0] == '3':
return drizzle
elif weather_id[0] == '5':
return rain
elif weather_id[0] == '6':
return snowflake
elif weather_id[0] == '7':
return atmosphere
elif weather_id == '800':
return clear_sky
elif weather_id == '801':
return few_clouds
elif weather_id in ("802", "803", "804"):
return clouds
else:
return default_emoji
weather_url = f"http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?q={CITY}&units=metric&appid={OPENWEATHER_APIKEY}"
weather = requests.get(weather_url).json()
print(weather['weather'][0]['description'] + ' ' + get_weather_emoji(weather['weather'][0]['id']))
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