In case you want more out of your yweather script when you use it for Geektool, here are some other switches you can use:
I’ve figured out some of it, so I guess my only tip is to not try to use more than one argument at a time (except as shown below with the units example) and therefore to use a bunch of geeklets if you want to show a lot of information.
Also, I believe that ‘weather.png’ in the images folder is the current weather, so you should be able to show it using an image geeklet.
Yahoo Weather Information Usage: ./yweather.pl -ct Displays current temperature Arguments: -lc City -lr Region -lt Country -cc Weather Code (used for images) -ct Current Temperature -cw Current Weather Description -cd Current Date -ah Current Humidity -av Current Visibilty -ap Current Barometric Pressure -ar Change in Barometric Pressure -sr Time of Sunrise -ss Time of Sunset -wc Current Wind Chill -wd Current Wind Direction -ws Current Wind Speed -ut Temperature Unit -ud Distance Unit -up Pressure Unit -us Speed Unit -fd1 Today's Day -fg1 Today's Date -fl1 Today's Low Temp -fh1 Today's High Temp -ft1 Today's Description -fc1 Today's Weather Code -fd2 Tomorrow's Day -fg2 Tomorrow's Date -fl2 Tomorrow's Low Temp -fh2 Tomorrow's High Temp -ft2 Tomorrow's Description -fc2 Tomorrow's Weather Code --copyimage Copy Appropriate Image to Current Image (deprecated) --update Update xml source file All data is returned without units. To get data with units, use a combination of commands. Example: (Displays Current temperature with unit) ./yweather.pl -ct && ./yweather.pl -ut