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  2. Access current weather data for any location on Earth including over 200,000 cities! The data is frequently updated based on the global and local weather models, satellites, radars and a vast network of weather stations.

  3. Weather API - OpenWeatherMap

    openweathermap.org/api

    Access current weather data for any location including over 200,000 cities. We collect and process weather data from different sources such as global and local weather models, satellites, radars and a vast network of weather stations. JSON, XML, and HTML formats. Included in both free and paid subscriptions.

  4. Members - OpenWeatherMap

    home.openweathermap.org

    OpenWeather is a team of IT experts and data scientists that has been practising deep weather data science since 2014. For each point on the globe, OpenWeather provides historical, current and forecasted weather data via light-speed APIs.

  5. OpenWeatherMap - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Openweathermap

    OpenWeatherMap provides a range of weather-related products in a variable combination of depth and steps of measurement to millions of clients globally. The product range includes current, historical and forecasted weather data with the granularity as high as 1 minute. The length of the nowcast reaches 2 hours, short-term forecast reaches 16 days and long-term forecast can reach up to 1 year length.

  6. OpenWeatherMap - Home Assistant

    www.home-assistant.io/integrations/openweathermap

    The OpenWeatherMap weather integrations uses OpenWeatherMap as a source for current meteorological data for your location. There is currently support for the following device types within Home Assistant: Sensor. Weather. You need an API key, which is free, but requires a registration. If you register an new API key with OpenWeatherMap, it will be activated automatically, this typically takes between 10 minutes and 2 hours after your successful registration.

  7. Getting weather data for any geo location, city name or ID -...

    openweathermap.force.com/s/article/getting-weather-data-for-any-geo-location...

    OpenWeatherMap provides current conditions and forecast weather data for any geographical location. It also provide data for lots of cities if you know their name, ID or zip code. So weather data can be called by following ways: 1. By geo coordinates (lat/lon) - Calling by lat/lon it is possible to get weather data for any geo location. 2. By ci

  8. Weather dashboard - OpenWeatherMap

    m.openweathermap.org/weather-dashboard

    OpenWeather Dashboard is a visual tool for working with weather data and timely tracking of dangerous phenomena. Global coverage, Email notifications, Track the main weather parameters: temperature, wind speed, precipitation.

  9. OpenWeatherMap provides access to 40-year historical weather data for any location. Get various weather parameters, such as temperature, precipitation, wind and many more.

  10. Switching between temperature units - force.com

    openweathermap.force.com/s/article/switching-between-temperature-units-2019-10...

    OpenWeatherMap website provides mesaurements in three units: Kelvins as a default, Fahrenheit and Celsius. Please follow this manual to receive the data in the units of your preference: To get data in API for both current weather and forecast in Kelvins just simply do not indicate units parameter into your API call.

  11. Dark Sky vs OpenWeatherMap: Weather API Services Compared (2021)...

    rapidapi.com/blog/dark-sky-vs-openweathermap

    I have to say OpenWeatherMap is the overall winner in terms of forecasting data, by a slight edge. Honestly, you can’t really go wrong with using either API for predicting future weather forecasts, but OpenWeatherMap provides accurate data for slightly longer time ranges (16-day vs 7-day). However, if you’re looking for more granular data ...