I’m trying to find a solution which will allow me to shut down systems (located in a house in Brisbane) is a thunderstorm is headed towards the area based on warning data online. The process would be running RaspberryPi-OS on a Pi-3b+ as the primary controlling machine (it will remain on) and I’d like to run a script to check a source for alerts and warnings in the Brisbane area; presuming I’d source this from either the BOM or perhaps one of the state power authorities. I was hoping to run a BASH script in the cron scheduler (say, every 5 minutes) to check for elevated risk or a warning and then issue shutdowns accordingly. I can handle the shutdowns and so forth; it’s the data source I’m not as sure about. The systems are running on surge/spike protected boards (nothing too elaborate, it’s just a domestic setup) but I’d ideally like to shut down the systems in a civilised fashion if it’s getting rumbly outside. I’m not in the area myself (I’m in the UK so 10 hours behind), hence the desire for some automation. Has anyone seen a method for this that’s already been built for such a purpose? I was assuming I’d end up curling a site and looking for set keywords but I was wondering if there was a more precise method that someone could suggest. Thanks!