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.

Let the Global Weather Alerts flow into your IT system

Let the Global Weather Alerts flow into your IT system

Global Weather Alerts brings simplicity into working with national weather alerts on the Global scale. It streams the accumulation of current alerts into your IT system in a standardised and unified format. The full description of the alert includes such parameters as: coordinates of the area affected; alert category; urgency; start and end time etc. You don’t need to specify any location parameters. All the National Weather Alerts are delivered to you immediately upon its issue in a neat JSON packaging.

OpenWeather App is here to unleash the One Call API potential

OpenWeather App is here to unleash the One Call API potential

The ad-free & free-to-use OpenWeather App arrives to the App Store this week. The application is here to seize the entire potential of our One Call API, the amalgamation of minute-by-minute forecast for 1 hour; hourly forecast for 2 days and daily forecast for the week, along with national weather alerts. The pinnacle of weather API’s is now brought right onto your mobile device.

Make your supply chain weather-proof with Road Risk API

Make your supply chain weather-proof with Road Risk API

OpenWeather delivers Road Risk API as a humble contribution towards sustainable transportation. Enhance your short-term planning with Road Risk API by exploiting an accurate minute-by-minute forecast for 2 hours, hourly weather forecast and national alerts for five-days. The weather data is provided for any moment of time for 5 days ahead and 5 days back, covering any destination and any point along the route.

Get your national weather alerts with One Call API

Get your national weather alerts with One Call API

Our freemium service for One Call API is now augmented with government weather alerts. All essential weather data you need is available in one place through our One Call API.

30 Days Climate Forecast to aid the operations management

30 Days Climate Forecast to aid the operations management

Obtain your weather data with the Climate Forecast for 30 days API and plan your journey through the month. The fusion of know-how and plethora of historical meteodata will make the weather work for you.

NEW! Probability of precipitation in OpenWeather forecasts!

NEW! Probability of precipitation in OpenWeather forecasts!

We keep improving our weather products! This time, we are happy to tell you that we have added the Probability of precipitation parameter to our weather forecasts.

Smarter Retail Decisions with OpenWeather Analytics

Smarter Retail Decisions with OpenWeather Analytics

From temperature-driven customer desires to delays in supply chains, weather impacts the retail industry in a significant way.