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meteoblue models

meteoblue weather models simulate physical processes. A weather model divides the world or a region into small grid cells. Each cell is about 4 km to 40 km wide and 100 m to 2 km high. Our models contain 60 atmospheric layers and reach deep into the stratosphere at 10 - 25 hPa (60 km altitude). The weather is simulated by solving complex mathematical equations between all grid cells every few seconds. Weather variables like temperature, wind speed or cloudiness are stored for every hour.

meteoblue operates a large number of own weather models and, additionally, integrates open data from various sources into the weather data base. All meteoblue models are computed twice a day on a dedicated High Performance Cluster.

More information on the meteoblue weather models and their resolution can be found in the technical documentation.