Weather API

Start your weather journey here and get quick and easy access to weather, ocean and environmental data anywhere on the globe.

Weather API

Start your weather journey here and get quick and easy access to weather, ocean and environmental data anywhere on the globe.

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What does our API provide?

Access to the premier weather data sets, including:

  • Weather data for any point on the planet
  • Worldwide historical model data from 1979 onwards
  • Radar and satellite data
  • Maritime data such as waves, tides, ocean currents
  • Environmental data such as PM10, ozone etc.
  • Climate projections up until 2100
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Easy to work with!

Delivered as a "Software as a Service" all the data are easily accessible thanks to the wide variety of connectors we provide for automated data, such as:

  • Python, C++, MATLAB, R
  • Java, C#, JS
  • Excel, Power BI, Go
  • ArcGIS, QGIS

and many more.

 

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What does the Weather API offer?

The Weather API offers you fast and direct access to hyperlocal global weather data. You get easy-to-use weather data relevant to your task.
  • Response times within milliseconds
  • More than 1440 updates a day
  • Well-known data formats, such as CSV, JSON and XML
  • Time series, en-route weather, polygons and isolines
  • WMS/WFS capability for visualizations
weather-data-sets

What does our API provide?

Access to the premier weather data sets, including:

  • Weather data for any point on the planet
  • Worldwide historical model data from 1979 onwards
  • Radar and satellite data
  • Maritime data such as waves, tides, ocean currents
  • Environmental data such as PM10, ozone etc.
  • Climate projections up until 2100
    open-source-data-connectors

    Easy to work with API!

    Delivered as a "Software as a Service" all the data are easily accessible thanks to the wide variety of connectors we provide for automated data, such as:

    • Python, C++, MATLAB, R
    • Java, C#, JS
    • Excel, Power BI, Go
    • ArcGIS, QGIS

    and many more.

      userfriendly-weather-api

      What does the Weather API offer?

      The Weather API offers you fast and direct access to hyperlocal global weather data. You get easy-to-use weather data relevant to your task.
      • Response times within milliseconds
      • More than 1440 updates a day
      • Well-known data formats, such as CSV, JSON and XML
      • Time series, en-route weather, polygons and isolines
      • WMS/WFS capability for visualizations 

      Historical, Current & Forecast Data included in the Weather API

      weather-parameters

      Standard Weather Parameters

      sunshine-duration

      Sun

      topography-data

      Topography & Land Usage

      energy-weather-parameters

      Power & Energy

      day-counts-api

      Yearly Accumulated Day Counts

      weather-api-tropical-cyclones

      Tropical Cyclones

      agriculture-weather-api

      Agriculture

      climate-trends-data

      Climate Trends

      data-atmospheric-pollution

      Atmospheric Pollution

      moon-phase-api

      Moon

      lightning-forecast-data

      Lightning Forecast

      api-oceanic-tides

      Oceanic Tides

      marine-data-api

      Marine Parameters

      api-satellite-images

      Satellite Imagery

      space-weather-forecasts

      Space Weather Forecast

      weather-parameters

      Derived Weather Parameters

      weather-station-mos-data

      MOS Parameters

      cluster-parameters-ensemble-forecasts

      Cluster Parameters

      What is modelling on the fly?

      Whilst observational data on its own tells you what happened at a specific location in the past, weather model data can be interpolated to give you a forecast for any location. These forecast data can significantly deviate from the truth on the ground.
      Weather models on their own typically struggle in topographically challenging environments, for example in alpine regions, where the difference between actual elevation and the modelled elevation can be significant, which impacts the quality of the forecasted parameters.
      To overcome these challenges Meteomatics brings together a proven interpolation technique, the most recent observational data taken from weather stations, satellite images, and radar and combines these with model data that has already been snapped to NASA’s 90m digital terrain model. In this way we can deliver a highly accurate forecast for any location.

      As Meteomatics API requests are not precomputed when you query for weather data, you always receive the most recently updated forecast data - on the fly!

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      Choose one of our API packages for a direct access or contact us to request a free trial access or an individual offer!

       

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      Try for free and get access to worldwide weather data.