To all reader:
First of all, my English is very bad, so this via google translator, I hope you understand what I said.
There are two ways to get local weather's Rss code.
The first method:
We can see:
# the weather's Rss of New York, NY is "weather.msn.com/RSS.aspx?wealocations=wc:USNY0996&weadegreetype=C"
# the weather's Rss of Tampere, FIN is "weather.msn.com/RSS.aspx?wealocations=wc:32669&weadegreetype=C"
the different is only "wc:XXXXXXXX"
Because MSN-WEATHER removed the "RSS" button, so we can not directly subscribe to RSS;
But the "wc:XXXXXXXX"
can be found by following these steps:
# Open the MSN-WEATHER: "local.msn.com/weather.aspx",
and click the "CHANGE"
(on the top-center of screen)
# Enter the location name, change to the location page
# Right-click, click "View Source"
# Search for "wc:"
, we can see the "wc:XXXXXXXX"
(And, if you want "°F"
, you can set "weadegreetype=F"
The second method:(Similar to the Jorge_Luis wrote)
Subscribe to RSS from the following Web site(Non-English):
For example:(use "wetter.msn.com")
# Open "wetter.msn.com"
, and change to your location page.(e.g. Verwood, GBR)
# On the right-top of screen, we can see a "RSS" button.
# Copy the RSS code:
# Replace the "wetter.msn.com"
, And delete "&culture=de-DE"
# Now, we can get what we want:
This is the way I know, you can reference.