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The Spring is here, boosting the levels of vitamin D to those in the northern hemisphere. With our APIs you can call for the #current and #forecast #UV index for any location. Now its even easier, with the UV index becoming a part of our One Call #API!

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OpenWeather introduces widgets for its OpenWeather App! You can now find out your #weather through the OpenWeather #widget right from your home screen. #ios14 withdraws the need for swiping and tapping and brings the weather forecast right on your home screen.

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Access to historical weather for any specific moment in time. Introducing History API by Timestamp!

We are happy to introduce the OpenWeather History API by Timestamp that gives detailed weather information for any specified global location and time over the last 40 years!
Among other things, this product provides a cost-effective way for the insurance industry to gain instant access to accurate weather information.
Read here to learn more
#openweather #historicaldata #api #weatherapi
We are happy to introduce the OpenWeather History API Full Archive - up to 40 years of detailed weather data for any specified global location.

Direct API access to the OpenWeather long-term climate data would enable organisations that supply agricultural data and applications to target any global location, without the need to know the location in advance.
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#weatherdata #openweather #weatherapi #data
Light up your app with the beautiful rain maps with 10-minute step API!

OpenWeather have released an easy-to-use, single-call API that lets developers overlay accurate visual rain data on a map.
#weatherapi #weathermaps #openweather
Introducing the Weather Maps 2.0 with 1-hour step - a visual and feature-rich API that gives you weather map tiles for any global location!

The OpenWeather Weather Maps 2.0 with 1-hour step API provides 14 different types of weather map layer overlays for both forecast and historical data, anywhere in the globe. With forecast data reaching up to 4 days, and historical data reaching back twelve months, this single-call API provides an easy-to-use way to provide mapping information for a wide range of uses.
#weathermaps #weatherapi #weatherdata
Bring some shine to your app with our Global Solar Radiation Forecast and Current data API

2018 saw renewable energy investment reach £288bn, with solar power accounting for $139bn of that. Predicting how much solar radiation we are due to receive is becoming a critical element in the management of our sustainable resources. One of the main drawbacks of solar power is the variability of sunlight, and the need to operate arrays of grid-connected batteries to store the energy. Having an accurate and nuanced forecast of the level of solar radiation helps avoid unnecessary battery charging cycles, saving energy, resources and money.
The OpenWeather Solar Radiation API Current and Forecast gives detailed solar data, for any location on the globe.

#solarradiation #solarenergy #weatherapi
Keep ahead of the conditions with the OpenWeather Road Risk API update

After a recent update from our team, this API also provides road temperature and road condition historical and current data for the US territory. The condition data includes over 15 different possible parameters such as dry, moist, snow, black-ice etc. This extra information can be incorporated into a host of AI/ML applications as well as navigation, mapping and planning systems.

#roadrisk #roadstate #weatherapi
Visual global agricultural data in less time than a raindrop takes to fall to earth!

OpenWeather has created a visual and detailed Agro Dashboard that gives a unique view of a wide range of agricultural metrics.
The power of satellite telemetry and machine learning have been harnessed to provide insights into crop, soil, and weather conditions, anywhere on our planet where agriculture is possible.
It provides:
- Advanced crop recognition; based on machine learning algorithms and satellite imagery, our dashboard can identify field contours, crop types and the maximum and minimum levels of the NDVI index.
- Vegetation Indices; values such NDVI, EVI, DSWI, NDWI, NRI, etc. give detailed information about the quality of crops and fields, help you identify anomalies and make informed plans.
- Weather data; detailed information including historic, current, and forecast weather with both hourly and daily granulation, alerts and soil data.
Join us in easing the suffering of Ukrainian victims

The intense conflict in Ukraine has displaced millions of children and their families from their homes. OpenWeather are inviting new subscribers to make a donation of £20 to the DEC and will be matching twice this donation ourselves.

Help us make a difference.

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How to shed light on your energy needs with the OpenWeather Solar Radiation API Historical data

The photons released by the sun, despite their 93 million mile journey, can provide enough light energy in a day to feed our global energy needs for a year. The solar cells that capture these photons are being developed for a wide range of applications and situations, including cost effective and lightweight cells that can be easily integrated into the structure of buildings.
Calculating the solar array size and storage needed to supply sufficient energy to a home, business or large solar array relies on understanding the historic level of solar energy available at the particular location.
OpenWeather offers a number of solutions to help food delivery companies both predict the long term demand for their product and react to short term challenges.

Read the article to learn more about which OpenWeather's products can help food delivery companies.
You know where you are with the OpenWeather Geocoding API!

The OpenWeather APIs use geographic coordinates to give our users the accuracy they require, however converting a user defined location into longitude and latitude is far from a straightforward process.

The process of receiving accurate weather information starts with being able to specify the required location itself.

OpenWeather has developed a deceptively simple and easy to use API that can be used in a wide variety of applications. Known as geocoding, it gives you the ability to convert any location name into geographical coordinates, and vice versa.

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Always be prepared and timely track weather phenomena with the OpenWeather Weather Dashboard!

OpenWeather has announced an accurate and practical way for us all to be warned of impending weather conditions. Our new Weather Dashboard uses weather data obtained from our hourly-updated Hourly Forecast Weather API to offer a lightweight and visual tool to send warnings of a number of forecast weather conditions, anywhere in the world.

Read more about it here:

#weatherforecast #weathedata #weatherdashboard
During this year we have seen some unprecedented high temperatures around the world. To some they come as a welcome chance to relax in a local park, while enjoying a refreshingly cool beverage or ice lolly. To others, they bring a host of unprecedented economic, social and health risks and challenges.

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The Dawn of a new Climate

The world’s climate has always been in a state of change, including seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat in the last 650,000 years, with the last ice age ending relatively recently, a mere 11,700 years ago. These changes are largely attributed to very minor changes in the world’s orbit that affect the levels of solar radiation reaching our planet.
OpenWeather are delighted to announce that we are now corporate members of the Royal Meteorological Society.

The Royal Meteorological Society is a professional society dedicated to furthering the understanding of weather and climate, scientific advances and research, and how this knowledge can help everyone.
The Strategy of Climate Change - have a look into how governments are reacting to this change.

We are witnessing a gradual global awakening to the realities of climate change. Governments understand that the focus is on them to take the lead in providing an economic and social climate that can steer businesses and individuals onto a new path of sustainability. If the course that the government is steering is right for both our economy and climate is far from certain. What is certain however is that change is needed.
“One of the first conditions of happiness is that the link between man and nature shall not be broken” - Leo Tolstoy

In our previous article on climate change, we looked into the local-level strategy that the UK government is adopting to create a more sustainable future. We now turn our gaze to the global story.