Fetch US weather forecast data for a location

This query connects to US National Weather Service's API and retrieves the weather forecast data for the location with given coordinates (via variables $lat and $long).

query FetchUSWeatherDataForLocation(
$lat: Float!
$long: Float!
) {
url: _sprintf(
string: "https://api.weather.gov/points/%s,%s",
values: [$lat, $long]
)
_sendJSONObjectItemHTTPRequest(input: {
url: $__url
})
}

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