Spatial dimensions

meteoblue provides weather information on different spatial aggregations, which can be visualized in images and maps or obtained as raw data. These show weather information from the local point to continents and from surface to atmosphere. meteoblue offers images and data for different spatial dimensions which are presented below and explained in more detail on the respective pages. 

All these dimensions are available as image or raw data for any place in the world, for various time dimensions. 

Click on the sub-section of interest (more information button) to have more details.

Local forecasts

point:

Your place – weather information scaled down to the selected place, anywhere in the world. 

spot:

Your area – weather information for the surrounding area, giving an overview of conditions.

Dynamic weather maps

Within the dynamic weather maps tool all kind of weather variables from different data sources can be displayed for each time point. The interactive tool allows you to zoom in from a global overview down to local scale.

Older more static meteoblue functions are myMap and country maps:

myMap:

Your region – generated as map centered over the selected place, showing regional dynamics.

country map:

Your country – overview for countries, continents or the world – on one screen.

Aviation

For aviators we offer specific functions, that visualize the atmospheric layering:

air: 

Forecasts for atmosphere layers, as vertical profiles, sections or trajectories.

Raw model data

Numerical weather models are defining their space by dividing it into grid cells. These are generally refined to the point by applying different post-processing methods as downscaling, multi-modelling and others. Raw data for large areas can be retrieved in gridded format:

grid: 

Data sets covering larger areas for defined weather variables, available for professional customers.