This plugin allows you to easily embed the windy.com widget on your website, in the form of a native WordPress widget (accessible from Appearance > Widgets) or as a simple shortcode. Features Set the overlay to either wind, temperature, rain, clouds or radar/lightning. Use either Celsius or Fahrenheit as the temperature scale. Set the width and height using responsive (%) and/or fixed (px) values. Manually define longitude and latitude for precise location coordinates. Choose from 8 levels of zoom (min. 3, max. 11). Shortcodes The shortcode takes seven attributes. You can simply use [weather-map] and it will work, but you will most likely want to customise the remaining attributes yourself. An example of a fully filled-out shortcode would be [weather-map width="100%" height="350px" lat="53.199" lon="-7.603" zoom="4" layer="temp" scale="C"]. The attributes can be set as follows: * The width attribute accepts any valid CSS property for width. * The height attribute accepts any valid CSS property for height. * The lat attribute must contain a string of digits to three decimal places, in the range of -90 to +90 (e.g. “53.199”). * The lon attribute must also contain a string of digits to three decimal places, in the range of -180 to +180 (e.g. “-120.894”). * The zoom attribute must contain a number between 3 and 11 (inclusive). * The layer attribute accepts the following values: clouds, radar, rain, temp and wind. * The scale attribute accepts either “C” or “F”, defining Celsius and Fahrenheit respectively. Note that in the case of an invalid value, a default value will be used instead.