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Transform your application with cutting-edge weather data from Tomorrow.io

Tomorrow.io’s Weather API seamlessly fuses with your digital ecosystem to deliver real-time weather updates. With over 80+ weather data layers available, Tomorrow.io’s Weather API provides the latest weather data for your projects. Here are some examples:

Temperature

Measures the current air temperature at a specific location. Crucial for determining prevailing weather conditions, guiding daily activities, and informing decision-making.

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Wind Speed

Indicates wind velocity at a given point, essential for assessing weather impacts on structures, planning outdoor activities, and determining potential aviation and maritime operations.

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Humidity

Represents the percentage of water vapor present in the air, crucial for evaluating human comfort, predicting precipitation likelihood, and understanding moisture conditions.

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Cloud Cover

Describes the fraction of the sky obscured by clouds, impacting sunlight exposure, temperature variations, and weather forecasting. Shown as a percentage.

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Precipitation Type

Identifies the form of precipitation (rain, snow, freezing rain, sleet, etc.), crucial for accurate weather predictions and related planning activities.

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Probability of Precipitation

Provides the likelihood of any precipitation occurring at a location, vital for outdoor activity planning and agricultural operations.

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Wind Direction

Indicates the origin of wind; vital for forecasting the weather, tracking pollution dispersal, sailing, aviation planning, and strategizing outdoor activities.

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Visibility

Quantifies the distance at which an object or light can be clearly discerned, measured in km or mi. Critical for ensuring transportation safety.

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Dew Point

Indicates the temperature to which air must be cooled to become saturated with water vapor (at 2m). Helps determine humidity levels, comfort, and potential fog or frost.

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Cloud Base

Measures the lowest altitude of the visible portion of clouds, critical for aviation safety and weather prediction accuracy.

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Surface Level Pressure

Shows atmospheric pressure at the Earth's surface, measured by the force exerted against a surface by the weight of the air above the surface or at surface level.

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Apparent Temperature

The temperature equivalent perceived by people, caused by the combined effects of air temperature, relative humidity, and wind speed.

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Wind Gust

Measures brief, sudden increases in wind speed (less than 20 ) Helps in assessing potential weather hazards and planning for safety.

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UV Index

Measures sunburn-causing ultraviolet radiation levels, on a scale of 0 to 11+ to inform public health advisories and guide sun protection measures.

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Cloud Ceiling

Identifies the height above ground level of the highest altitude of the visible portion of a cloud, critical for aviation and forecasting.

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