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Weatherbug API

About Weatherbug APIs

Everyone in the world has one thing in common - the weather. Although founded in 1993, Weatherbug became a popular household name for Windows users in 2000 when the company launched the website and desktop weather application. The company later released two mobile applications for smartphone users, Weatherbug and Weatherbug Elite.

What is Weatherbug?

Weatherbug is a global weather service providing up-to-date forecasts, 10-day outlooks, severe weather alerts, air quality reports, weather news, and more. More than eight thousand weather stations around the world gather the data utilized by the service.

How does the Weatherbug API work?

The Weatherbug API, and those like it, often have many different components. For instance, there may be map layers, 10-day forecasts, sky conditions, UV index, radars, and more. The user sends a call requesting the information pertinent to their use, and the API will return it in a usable format from the service.

Who can use Weatherbug APIs?

There are countless uses for Weatherbug-like APIs. Travel sites can use them to update visitors. Farmers can utilize them in almanac applications to determine planting and harvesting schedules. Someone running a local website could add a widget that shows the local forecast. The possibilities are endless.

Why is a Weatherbug API necessary?

We depend on accurate weather reports for every facet of life, from what to wear that day to determining if we need to leave the area ahead of a potentially dangerous storm. While some people depend on weather radios or television broadcasts, most check the weather regularly on their smartphones.

Without weather APIs, this would not be possible. Using the vast amount of information available from sites like Weatherbug, we can access the exact information we need, right when we need it, in the palm of our hand.

What can you expect from Weatherbug APIs?

First and foremost, a weather API should provide the most accurate and up-to-date information available from reputable sources. It should interact securely on both sides without causing vulnerabilities on either and return the information requested in easily digestible form.

Are there examples of free Weatherbug APIs?

  1. Dark Sky
  2. Air Quality
  3. Tides
  4. Visual Crossing Weather
  6. ClimaCell
  7. Weather (Weatherbit)
  8. Open Weather Map
  9. Air Visual
  10. National Weather Service
  11. Weather

Weatherbug API SDKs

All Weatherbug APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:

  1. Node.js
  2. PHP
  3. Python
  4. Ruby
  5. Objective-C
  6. Java (Android)
  7. C# (.NET)
  8. cURL

Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.

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