List of APIs that provide data on temperatures (such as Fahrenheit or Celsius).
Visual Crossing Weather API provides instant access to both historical weather records and weather forecast data
The Storm Glass API gives developers access to global marine weather data from multiple sources using a single REST API. The API returns marine weather forecasts for the next 7 days in hourly resolution. Forecasts include swell height, swell direction, swell period, wave height, wave direction, wave period, wind speed, wind direction, and air temperature.
A powerful unit conversion tool. Convert currency (using an up-to-date international currency feed). Convert most known measurement types: imperial, metric, mass, length, temperature, time (and more). The convertor will accept full unit names as well as abbreviations (e.g. millimeter and mm)
Simple to use temperature conversion API. Select the different endpoints or the general one. Give in your from, to, value and decimal amount and the API will convert your value. Create now your own temperature converter with just an API call For a more advanced Documentation go to https://congen-online.com/
Get accurate historical weather from over 104,000 locations around the world. Daily weather measurements from 1763! Weather information includes: minimum & maximum daily temperature, snow fall, precipitation, evaporation and more!
Weather by location allows you to get weather information by ip, zipcode, lat lon coordinates. You can find weather information such as weather condition, current temperature, max temperature, min temperature, pressure, distance above sea level, humidity, wind speed & degree.
Returns JSON current weather condition for a given location latitude and longitude Sample JSON response: Altimeter=1016 County=District of Columbia Date=10 Sep 23:52 pm EDT DewPoint=62 Latitude=38.86 LocationName=Washington DC, Reagan National Airport Longitude=-77.03 RelativeHumidity=67 SeaLevelPressure=30 State=VA Temperature=74 TimeZone=EDT Visibility=10 WindChill=76 WindDirection=170 WindGust=0 WindSpeed=10
As people prepare to go out for the day, one of the first things they do is check the temperature. Having this data allows them to bring the right gear to stay comfortable. People in places with dramatic temperature changes may rely on an application that sends them alerts of a sudden temperature drop. Websites and applications that share information about the outdoor temperature contact temperature APIs to receive current information.
Temperature APIs are a subset of databases with information related to weather. An API devoted to the outdoor temperature may include information about the current reading, historic temperatures or a forecast of predicted temperatures. Other temperature-related APIs serve as an easy way for an application to handle temperature conversions from the Celsius scale to the Fahrenheit or Kelvin scales.
In a weather-related API, a developer’s application makes a GET request of the database that includes information about a location. The API returns temperature information from the past or present in JSON or XML format. Conversion APIs receive temperature data from the application and answer in the desired temperature scale.
Celsius APIs have many applications. A developer could incorporate a request on an API in apps that revolve around local weather, outdoor activities or transportation. A programmer can make a simple enhancement to a newsfeed by adding a weather feature. Temperature conversion APIs are a helpful way to maintain websites that reach international audiences. By calling on a Celsius API with a conversion feature, the page will automatically use the preferred local temperature scale.
Knowing the right temperature affects many basic aspects of daily life. Parents sending their children off to school want to know that the kids are dressed appropriately for the day. For industrial applications, the ambient temperature can affect machine performance. The outdoor temperature changes the way that ground crews prepare an airplane for a safe flight.
Much of the data found in a temperature API comes from government resources. For this reason, many APIs offer a freemium package for developers. For example, both the Storm Glass API and the Global Weather History API offer local information at no cost to applications that make fewer requests. A commercial application that makes many daily requests must pay a fee for access.
All Temperature APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
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