From Music Hack Day
Wouldn't it be nice to wake up in the morning to a little ditty that tells you what the weather will be like? It would be pretty rhetorically sweet.
 About the hack
CloudSound generates a musical loop that tells you the current weather conditions in Montreal as well as the forecast for the week. It gets its data from Environment Canada's RSS feed and montreal-weather.ca. ==Updated== CloudSound now use data for any city via weather.com.
The current conditions are represented by:
- A windy sound for wind speed
- A rainy sound for probability of rain
- A thunder-y sound for thunderstorms
- A walking-in-the-snow-y sound for snow
- Crickets chirping for ambient temperature via Dolbear's Law (higher temperature == faster chirping)
- The speed of the melody for the relative humidity ( slower == more humid)
The week-long forecast is represented by:
- An upper melodic line for the forecasted high temperatures
- A lower melodic line for the forecasted low temperatures
- A slight buzzing for forecasted rain
 What APIs, tools or kit did you use?
- PYO: a python library for music synthesis (https://code.google.com/p/pyo/)
- Regular expressions