From now on you can access our observation data, analyses and forecasts automatically via our new weather API and use them for home automation, for example. For Plus subscribers, access to the API is included in the package, simply activate the required API key in the account management. Ad-free plan users can upgrade to Plus to use the API. If you are not a user yet, just find out about the benefits of a subscription.
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Some Weather Services pretend that you can know in the morning where exactly a storm will happen in the afternoon. Or if it will be 50 or 70 degrees 20 days from now. The truth is: they can't. Actually, nobody can. With all those Apps out there pretending a knowledge which doesn't exist in meteorological science, people get frustrated about those weatherpersons. They give us a forecast for our place 2 weeks away, how can they be wrong for the next day?
With meteologix.com, you can check out what we know and what we don't. You can compare the results of the different weather models for your place and see in the forecast XL if the different model outputs have the same idea for day 8 or it's a mess between winter and summer for the same day. If so, you know, that you (and the meteorologists) know nothing.
If you don't want to bother with model comparisons, you still can choose the
for your place. It's the 5-day-forecast with a forecast model which usually gets it
right in most cases – check and find out what suits you best! And if you miss something,
please let us know
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