Weather forecast

#1
Another fun project involvong TPIPE. This is a first attempt and will probably evolve. I don't know if my list of time descriptions is complete.
Code:
copy /q "http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?zoneid=NYZ018&zflg=1" t:\forecast.raw

tpipe /input=t:\forecast.raw ^
/grep=3,0,0,1,0,0,0,0,"Highs in the" ^
/simple=16 ^
/replace=4,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,^
    "(This Afternoon|Rest Of Today|Rest Of Tonight|Monday Night|Tuesday Night^
    |Wednesday Night|Thursday Night|Friday Night|Saturday Night|Sunday Night^
    |Today|Tonight|Monday|Tuesday|Wednesday|Thursday|Friday|Saturday|Sunday).*",^
    "\n\n\x1b[36;1m$0\x1b[0m " ^
/number=2,80 ^
> t:\forecast.txt

type t:\forecast.txt

del /q t:\forecast.*
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#3
How did you come up with "zoneid=NYZ018" - please? Also for "zflg=1" please.
When I tried my usual page last night, I was getting redirected there. I can't find a way to navigate there directly. My usual page is
Code:
"http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?x=166&y=67&site=bgm&zmx=&zmy=&map_x=166&map_y=67"
You can get a URL like that one by going to www.weather.gov ... FORECAST (menu) ... Local ... click your location on the map.

In the source for that page, look for a line like this:
Code:
<p class="myforecast-location"><a href="MapClick.php?zoneid=NYZ018">Zone Area Forecast for Onondaga County, NY</a></p>
 
#5
I found a more direct way to get that URL. Once you have done the map thing (as I said earlier) there's something like
Code:
Zone Area Forecast for Onondaga County, NY
under "Additional Forecasts and Information" (at the bottom). It doesn't have the "&zflg=1"; I'm not sure if that's important.