Light up your app with the beautiful rain maps with 10 minute step API

Light up your app with the beautiful rain maps with 10 minute step API

OpenWeather have introduced their Global Precipitation Maps - Forecast and Historical data API that offers data with just a ten minute step, and US forecasts for the next six hours.

Introducing the OpenWeather History API Full Archive

Introducing the OpenWeather History API Full Archive

Introducing the OpenWeather History API Full Archive - up to 40 years of detailed weather data for any specified global location.

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

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

Introducing the OpenWeather History API by Timestamp that gives detailed weather information for any specified global location and time over the last 40 years.

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Widgets for OpenWeather App on iOS

Widgets for OpenWeather App on iOS

You can now personalise your iPhone Home Screen with the widgets from OpenWeather App - one widget is for current weather and the other one is for the short-term forecast for 4 hours. The weather data from OpenWeather can now be delivered right on the screen of your phone, withdrawing the need for swiping left and right while searching for the app icon.

UV index is now a part of One Call API

UV index is now a part of One Call API

The granularity of the UV index has been increased and it is now included into the One Call API. In case you are using the preceding API for UV index, we would encourage you to switch to the enhanced solution.

OpenWeather: 2020 - results of the year

OpenWeather: 2020 - results of the year

In OpenWeather we have an annual tradition of drawing the results of the year. The year 2020 was not easy for all of us. The unparalleled healthcare challenge has unveiled the fragilities of our world and OpenWeather sees its mission in making a positive change. The current crisis created a momentum where everyone can make a change towards a better climate, cleaner air and a sustainable future.

OpenWeather Data in the Fight Against COVID-19

OpenWeather Data in the Fight Against COVID-19

In this article, we explain why weather must be taken into account when modelling the spread of COVID-19, which specific parameters are thought to be most significant, and everything we are doing to help in this collaborative, worldwide research effort.

Keep your finger on the pulse of Air Pollution API

Keep your finger on the pulse of Air Pollution API

The Air Pollution API can facilitate the urban planning and the abatement of traffic congestion. Our quality data makes the sustainability goals achievable for your business. The Air Pollution API provides current, forecasted and short term history data on the concentration of  CO; NO; NO2; O3; SO2; PM2.5; PM10 and NH3 in the air for any location around the World. It is included into all the OpenWeather subscriptions, starting with the freemium plan.

Open access to weather data for students and educators

Open access to weather data for students and educators

We are happy to announce that students and educators can now use our Medium plan for historical weather collection and Developer’s plan for current weather and forecasts absolutely free. We have previously granted access to weather data for researchers studying COVID-19, which resulted in a fruitful collaboration. In OpenWeather, we are dedicated to fostering the interest in data-science and climatology, and this exclusive student offer is purposed to facilitate the access to weather data.