API Updates

New way of defining locations: Postal (ZIP) Codes

The data that you receive from the API depends on the request that you make. There are a few core criteria required for each API request; time, parameters, location and output format. From our vast array of parameter options it is possible to go deep and into great...

Model Output Statistics (MOS) is now available in our API

The data delivered via the Weather API is based on a variety of different models and observational sources. Models can be combined in an intelligent mix. This means that the best available data source is automatically offered for each time and location. Alternatively...

API News now available!

Our API is continuously updated and improved to fulfill as many of our customer's wishes as we can. To keep you updated, and to let you know about the new features, we will keep posting news here. News

Qlik Connector

Qlik Connector

Have you ever wondered to get weather data directly ingested into Qlik? The following screenshot shows how powerful such an integration can be: For instance, you can access temperature information at resolution of 90m. From there, you can start overlaying that...

Tableau

Tableau

Have you ever wondered to get weather data directly ingested into Tableau? This can be either done than with a web data connector (WDC) or directly via WMS. The following screenshot shows how powerful such an integration can be: You can access satellite and radar...

Google Spreadsheet Connector

A lot of our customers require to add weather API functionality to a Google spreadsheet. Now, this can easily be done with the Meteomatics weather API. Our API enables you to retrieve location specific weather and maritime information around the globe directly into...

New Hail Index Available

Hail is one of these weather events that literally hurt if you ignore them. Finally, you can get a hail index from our API that warns you ahead of time, or allows you to reconstruct past events. More

Station data queryable through WFS

In addition to lightning and storm data you can now access station data by using our WFS interface. In combination with the WMS interface this allows to query, visualize and compare area data from weather models and point data from stations through a single interface,...

Satellite imagery is now available in our API

Satellite imagery is still the fastest way to get an overview of the current weather situation. Now, you can get visible satellite channels as well as derived products, as for example cloud type images, directly from our API and cut to the area you are interested in....

New way of defining locations: Postal (ZIP) Codes

The data that you receive from the API depends on the request that you make. There are a few core criteria required for each API request; time, parameters, location and output format. From our vast array of parameter options it is possible to go deep and into great...

Model Output Statistics (MOS) is now available in our API

The data delivered via the Weather API is based on a variety of different models and observational sources. Models can be combined in an intelligent mix. This means that the best available data source is automatically offered for each time and location. Alternatively...

API News now available!

Our API is continuously updated and improved to fulfill as many of our customer's wishes as we can. To keep you updated, and to let you know about the new features, we will keep posting news here. News