Here you can find an overview of all meteoblue images which are available through the meteoblue weather API and most of the images are also available on the meteoblue website. For some of the images on the meteoblue website you need to activate a point+ subscription (e.g. Meteogram Agro, Stueve, Sounding), others are available with a history+ subscription (e.g. risk assessment, wind rose) and some images are available for free (e.g. Meteogram All-in-One, Climate diagrams).
The following images show forecast weather. You can select from a wide range of meteograms, Pictoprints and air diagrams. All images are available through the meteoblue weather API.
This meteogram shows forecast for 7 days for 4 different diagrams with variables in hourly intervals. The data is valid for the selected location, available for any place on earth, and updated at least 2 times per day. The hour of the last update is written on the top left of the meteogram, below the name of the place and the coordinates. The meteogram is presented in local time.
The meteogram All-in-One shows the weather forecast for the next 6 days in one simple diagram, with weather symbols, a temperature curve, precipitation amount and type, cloud development and wind speed and direction in hourly time steps. The data are valid for the selected location, available for any place on earth, and updated at least 2 times per day. The hour of the last update is written on the left hand-side of the meteogram.
meteoblue meteogram Agro shows the development of the weather with diagrams of air temperature, wind velocity and direction on the ground, as well as precipitation, clouds, spraying windows and evaporation. The data is valid for the forecast area of a model grid cell, without indicating special conditions of the selected place (e.g. differences in height). The display of all variables takes place in local time.
The meteogram AgroSowing shows the development of the soil temperature and precipitation for up to 7 days. Additionally it includes sowing windows for maize, wheat, barley, rapeseed, potato and sugar beets. The sowing window is separated in three categories: suitable (green), less suitable (yellow) and unsuitable (red) periods for application in hourly intervals. The meteogram AgroSowing is only available through meteoblue API.
The meteogram AgroSpraying shows the development of the temperature and precipitation for up to 7 days. Additionally it includes the spraying window. The spraying window helps identifying suitable periods for applying crop protection measures, by showing suitable (green), less suitable (yellow) and unsuitable (red) periods for application. The conditions are calculated from wind, precipitation, temperature and humidity. The meteogram AgroSpraying is only available through meteoblue API.
The meteogram Soil Trafficability shows the capacity of the soil to support moving vehicles based on the development of water content in the topsoil (0-10cm). The development of Soil Trafficability is represented in line graph (black) that moves though 3 trafficability conditions, good trafficability (green), restricted trafficability (yellow) and no trafficability (red).
The soil trafficability development is calculated for four types of soil. Sand, Silty Loam, Silt and Clay, each of which has a different water holding capacity and react differently to weather conditions.
The calculation uses information of precipitation amount, sunshine hours, soil-specific water holding capacity and more.
The meteogram Snow shows the local development of temperature at various altitudes, and the precipitation (blue for rain and light grey for snow), snow melt and snow height (third diagram) at ground level in hourly steps for the next days. For this meteogram, the forecast is done for a region corresponding to models grid cell and not a specific location.
The meteogram Sea/Surf shows marine weather forecast for all locations nearby the sea. It shows detailed information about wind speed and direction, precipitation, wave and swell heights and periods. Thus everything needed for seaside activities like sailing and surfing.
The meteogram Solar-forecast shows the expected production of a solar energy production unit in the next 6 days. The photovoltaic power plant is simply specified with kWp, slope and facing angle.
The meteogram Solar-Season shows the mean monthly production of a solar energy production unit in the last 10 years. The photovoltaic power plant is simply specified with kWp, slope and facing angle.
The meteogram Multi-Model shows and compares the forecasts of each model. It is an addition to the meteogram and shows data at the altitude of the respective model grid cell. This can lead to differences and inconsistencies in the local temperature. The goal of the Multi-Model is not to make local predictions for the selected place, but to show the possible divergence of the evolutions of the weather, through the presentation of different models.
The meteogram Ensemble shows the minimum, maximum and mean of different members of the GFS ensemble forecast for the time range 6-14 day ahead. It includes temperature, precipitation, cloud cover, wind speed, gusts and direction.
The 14-days forecast shows the weather forecast for the next 14 days period, with weather symbols, a range of maximum, average and minimum temperatures and precipitation amounts, as well as the precipitation probability for each day. The range between possible minimum and maximum values shows the possible weather developments.
The seasonal climate data package delivers regional anomalies for the next 6 months for an areas of 100km by 100km or larger. Anomalies are deviations from the climatological mean. The seasonal forecast data is computed by NOAA and ECMWF.
Find the place with the best weather in the entire area surrounding your selected location for today until up to 5 days ahead, and see the results on a map. The sunshine hours and the precipitation probability are taken into account to assess the weather.
The meteoblue meteogram Air shows the weather development in the atmosphere, from ground to around 5500 meters elevation (pressure levels 1020 to 500 hPa) simulating the air layerings above the selected location. The variables are shown for 3 to 6 days ahead.
The meteoblue meteogram Thermal contains the most dense atmospheric data we ever put in a diagram to forecast flight conditions for paragliding, soaring and ballooning. The carefully assembled graphs include detailed information about surface conditions, stability indices, lapse rate, humidity, clouds and winds. The variables are shown for the next 3 days.
meteoblue cross-sections show a vertical cut through the atmosphere. The standard cross-sections have 2 directions: North-South and West-East. The selected place you have chosen is in the center, where both directions cross. The size of the cross-sections can be set using the distance from the center (in "degree") and you can select the starting time.
meteoblue air trajectories show the air movement from the selected place throughout the following hours for the selected altitude level (between surface and 150 hPa, i.e. approximately 10 km). The trajectory is calculated by simulating the air movement (wind) from the selected location.
The stueve diagramm allows you to know a lot about the air conditions within only one diagram.
The meteoblue Sounding shows the weather development in the atmosphere, from ground to stratosphere level (pressure levels 1013 to 100 hPa) simulating the measurements of a sounding balloon.
The diagram Pictoprint shows a detailed 3-hourly forecast for up to 7 days with daily temperatures, wind speed and wind direction, precipitation probability and the rainSPOT. Additionally it includes times of sunrise and sunset. It is available for one single day and up to 7 days. You can also show a single particular day specified by mo,tu,we,th,fr,sa,su.
The diagram PictoprintDaySimple shows a daily forecast for up to 7 days with daily temperatures, wind speed and wind direction. Additionally it includes times of sunrise and sunset.
The diagram PictoprintDay shows a daily forecast for up to 7 days with daily temperatures, wind speed, wind direction and rainSPOT. Additionally it includes times of sunrise and sunset.
The diagram PictoprintDayUvRain shows a daily forecast for up to 7 days with daily temperatures, wind speed, wind direction, UV index, precipitation amount and rainSPOT. Additionally it includes times of sunrise and sunset.
History & Climate Images
The weather archive diagram offers access to past weather simulations for every place in the world since 2008. You can see weather information for yesterday or the weather archive of the last years. The weather archive diagram is separated in 3 charts for temperature, clouds and wind information.
The year comparison is based on historical weather simulation data and shows the development of weather variables during a year and compares them with other years. The year comparison tool is available via API or within history+.
The histogram displays the occurrences of values or value classes in a given time range. The histogram uses aggregated historical weather simulation data, which are available for the whole world since 1984.Thus, different seasons can be easily compared. The histogram is available via API or within history+.
The wind rose displays the distribution of wind speed and wind direction at the selected location (where the wind is coming from and with which intensity). Thus, seasons can be easily compared charts with more than 30 years of historical weather simulation data can be created. The wind rose is available via API or within history+.
meteoblue offers a several risk assessment tools, that can easily be integrated into your website. The images are available for many languages and the location name on the image can be chosen individually (for example name of hotel or name of amusement park). The following risk assessment tools are available via API or within history+:
The Climate observed shows the annual course of temperature, precipitation amount and days, as well as wind measurements from the closest weather station. The variables which are shown depend on the availability of complete and consistent measurements from the weather station and are aggregated on a weekly or monthly basis.
The current to climate diagram compares the current season to the 30 years mean climate. The first diagram shows temperature curves and the second diagram displays precipitation amounts.
The Climate comparison shows the expected weather, compared to the weather of the previous 10 or more years. Thereby, you can see how "normal" the current weather is. The Climate comparison locates the closest place which has a weather station with the minimum of 10 years of reliable measurements available. The name of the place where the station is located is indicated in the title, as well as the distance from the selected place.