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The El Niño Effect

The El Niño Effect

We have discussed the effects and implications of global warming in our previous articles. Part of the effect of increased global temperature is to exacerbate any existing natural weather patterns. One such weather system that is developing an increasing infamy is known as El Niño.

Insuring Any Kind of Weather

Insuring Any Kind of Weather

“The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining.” – John F. Kennedy

The extreme weather conditions that are starting to be seen as the norm have produced increasingly high payouts from the world’s insurance companies. In the first half of 2021 alone, an estimated £65bn of insurance claims were settled as a result of global weather disasters.

OpenWeather One Call API 3.0: Introducing Human-Readable Weather Summaries

OpenWeather One Call API 3.0: Introducing Human-Readable Weather Summaries

Get a clear and accurate description of today's weather and tomorrow's forecast in plain language, perfect for displaying in your apps or sharing with users.

Weather Alerts that Matter

Weather Alerts that Matter

Extreme weather has a profound impact both on our daily lives as well as industry. Being able to be forewarned of possibly disruptive weather conditions can be vital in both planning and safety.  OpenWeather offers a selection of weather alert solutions, giving you exactly the information you need, when you need it, for any global location.

Harnessing the Power of Weather Data in complex industrial systems

Harnessing the Power of Weather Data in complex industrial systems

SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems are now an essential element for managing and monitoring large-scale industrial processes, and often form the backbone of critical infrastructure and industrial processes. These systems provide user-friendly screens, giving operators a complete overview of their system, allowing them to remotely control equipment, change settings, and react quickly to any issues.

Introducing The OpenWeather Meteorological Service

Introducing The OpenWeather Meteorological Service

We are excited to introduce our individual Meteorological Service led by Mr. Dan Hart, Chief Meteorologist, who provides you with industry-specific reports and advice. He brings over 25 years of experience in the field of meteorology starting his career in 1995 with the UK Royal Navy. He has great expertise in Construction (high-rise projects and major infrastructure projects like dams and airports), Energy (demand forecasting, renewable energy), Film Production (location choice and scheduling, set safety), Marine (offshore construction and pipe laying, port operations), Logistics (transportation, demand forecasting), and many others.

OpenWeather ChatBot is live now

OpenWeather ChatBot is live now

This ChatBot was created to help you answer questions related to OpenWeather products and documentation and get it in a more informative and detailed way thanks to the AI technologies it’s based on.

When Chemistry Meets Weather

When Chemistry Meets Weather

Chemical facilities are an essential part of the global manufacturing landscape, creating the raw materials crucial to our daily lives. However, they also carry inherent risks. Accidental chemical releases can have devastating consequences for workers, surrounding communities, and the environment.

The OpenWeather Challenge

The OpenWeather Challenge

With a focus towards the pursuit of a more sustainable future, as well as social well-being, OpenWeather have announced an exciting competition that provides participants with access to a rich variety of OpenWeather data resources. Participants are encouraged to use their creativity to explore different ways to harness the power of weather data.

Through Rain and Shine, 170 Years of the Met Office.

Through Rain and Shine, 170 Years of the Met Office.

Over the years, weather forecasting has transformed from an art based on folklore and intuition to a science driven by complex models and advanced observations. At the heart of this evolution stands the Met Office, a British institution with a rich history that laid the foundations of modern meteorology. 

In our latest blog post, we will take a brief look at the rich and fascinating history of the Met Office who is celebrating 170 years of weather innovation.

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