Extreme weather in Meteomatics API

Extreme Forecast Indices (EFI) and Shift of Tails (SOT) now availableIn general, weather forecasts differ regarding their quality. This variability can be displayed by the usage of so-called model ensembles. If several forecasts exhibit similar weather conditions,...

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Kelby Stockstill and Katelyn Hertel, The Unicode Unicorns:"We would love to thank you Meteomatics not only for your weather data but also for assisting us personally and being there to answer our questions. We would not have been able to do this project and solve this...

Support for GeoTIFF image output

The Meteomatics API is now capable of returning images in the GeoTIFF format, which is an extension to the TIFF standard. The contained tags for georeferencing allow displaying these images alongside maps in GIS instead of using our WMS interface, for example in QGIS:...

Meteomatics launches free Weather Browser

Want to see live weather data for anywhere in the world, beautifully visualised? Here at Meteomatics we are passionate about bridging the gap between expert meteorology and the wider weather community, so we have created a free tool using our powerful API so that you...