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.
The weather information is shown for the indicated altitude.
In mountainous terrain, we show a horizontal green bar which represents the "average altitude of the area" in this meteogram. This is the average altitude of the corresponding model grid-cell.
The clouds below this altitude may still being shown, because some locations in this area could be at a lower altitude than the average altitude, and therefore conditions in the valleys can still be seen.
The caption on the right indicates the height of the clouds. It determines whether there are low, mid or high clouds. The classification of the height of the clouds can be found here.
Wind speed and wind direction is indicated with arrows. The upper arrows show the wind speed and the lower arrows show wind gusts.
The more feathers on the arrow, the higher is the wind speed. The arrowhead points to the direction to which the wind blows.
For instance, if the arrowhead points to the north, then the wind is coming from the south and blows northward. It is then called South wind.
For commercial use, please consult the product page meteoblue API.