Forecasts Weather by Latitude Longitude API

Forecasts Weather by Latitude Longitude API

The Forecasts Weather by Latitude Longitude API delivers precise, location-specific weather forecasts, ideal for various applications and industries.

About the API:  

The Latitude and Longitude Weather Forecast API is a versatile and powerful tool that provides highly accurate, location-specific weather data and forecasts. Focused on accuracy and reliability, this API serves a wide range of applications and industries, making it an invaluable resource for those seeking real-time weather information tailored to specific geographic coordinates.

This API is based on a simple premise: it allows users to access comprehensive weather information by specifying latitude and longitude coordinates. This location-centric approach ensures that the data retrieved is directly relevant to the chosen geographic area, allowing users to make informed decisions and plans based on localized weather conditions.

The Forecasts Weather by Latitude Longitude API seamlessly integrates into applications, offering simplicity and efficiency in accessing weather data.

By allowing users to seamlessly integrate weather data into their applications and websites, this API enables them to provide users with access to real-time, hyper-localized weather updates. Whether users are planning a trip, deciding on outdoor activities, or simply checking the weather for their daily commute, they can rely on accurate forecasts for their exact location.

What this API receives and what your API provides (input/output)?

It will receive parameters and provide you with a JSON.


What are the most common uses cases of this API?

  1. Weather applications: Develop weather apps and websites that provide users with up-to-date, location-specific weather forecasts and conditions.

  2. Agriculture: Help farmers optimize their crop management strategies by providing weather data for their specific fields, assisting in decisions related to planting, irrigation and harvesting.

  3. Transportation and logistics: Integrate weather information into transportation and logistics systems to improve route planning, vehicle safety and delivery times, especially in adverse weather conditions.

  4. Energy management: Optimize power generation and distribution by controlling weather conditions, such as wind speed and solar radiation, to increase energy efficiency.

  5. Outdoor event planning: Event organizers can use the API to make informed decisions about scheduling outdoor events, such as weddings, sports matches and concerts, based on weather forecasts.

Are there any limitations to your plans?

Besides the number of API calls, there is no other limitation.

API Documentation


To use this endpoint you must indicate a latitude and longitude. You can also indicate the unit of measurement (standard, metric, imperial).


Forecast - Endpoint Features
Object Description
lat [Required]
lon [Required]
units [Required]
Test Endpoint


                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"lat": 37.0902, "lon": 95.7129, "timezone": "Asia/Shanghai", "timezone_offset": 28800, "current": {"dt": 1696520548, "sunrise": 1696462509, "sunset": 1696504570, "temp": 9.4, "feels_like": 7.31, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 29, "dew_point": -6.87, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 29, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.91, "wind_deg": 293, "wind_gust": 5.75, "weather": [{"id": 802, "main": "Clouds", "description": "scattered clouds", "icon": "03n"}]}, "minutely": [{"dt": 1696520580, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696520640, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696520700, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696520760, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696520820, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696520880, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696520940, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521000, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521060, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521120, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521180, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521240, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521300, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521360, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521420, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521480, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521540, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521600, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521660, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521720, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521780, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521840, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521900, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696521960, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522020, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522080, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522140, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522200, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522260, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522320, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522380, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522440, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522500, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522560, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522620, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522680, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522740, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522800, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522860, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522920, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696522980, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523040, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523100, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523160, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523220, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523280, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523340, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523400, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523460, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523520, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523580, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523640, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523700, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523760, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523820, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523880, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696523940, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696524000, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696524060, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696524120, "precipitation": 0}, {"dt": 1696524180, "precipitation": 0}], "hourly": [{"dt": 1696518000, "temp": 9.51, "feels_like": 7.56, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 28, "dew_point": -7.19, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 24, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.66, "wind_deg": 274, "wind_gust": 4.94, "weather": [{"id": 801, "main": "Clouds", "description": "few clouds", "icon": "02n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696521600, "temp": 9.4, "feels_like": 7.31, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 29, "dew_point": -6.87, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 29, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.91, "wind_deg": 293, "wind_gust": 5.75, "weather": [{"id": 802, "main": "Clouds", "description": "scattered clouds", "icon": "03n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696525200, "temp": 9.35, "feels_like": 7.52, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 30, "dew_point": -6.51, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 32, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.38, "wind_deg": 302, "wind_gust": 4.92, "weather": [{"id": 802, "main": "Clouds", "description": "scattered clouds", "icon": "03n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696528800, "temp": 9.24, "feels_like": 7.98, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 30, "dew_point": -6.6, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 39, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 2.42, "wind_deg": 301, "wind_gust": 3.64, "weather": [{"id": 802, "main": "Clouds", "description": "scattered clouds", "icon": "03n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696532400, "temp": 8.84, "feels_like": 8.84, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 32, "dew_point": -6.17, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 72, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 1.16, "wind_deg": 249, "wind_gust": 1.51, "weather": [{"id": 803, "main": "Clouds", "description": "broken clouds", "icon": "04n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696536000, "temp": 8.5, "feels_like": 6.42, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 34, "dew_point": -5.73, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 86, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.49, "wind_deg": 247, "wind_gust": 5.28, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696539600, "temp": 7.71, "feels_like": 5.74, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 38, "dew_point": -6.13, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 100, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.04, "wind_deg": 263, "wind_gust": 4.9, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696543200, "temp": 6.71, "feels_like": 5.07, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 42, "dew_point": -5.61, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 100, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 2.32, "wind_deg": 280, "wind_gust": 3.64, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696546800, "temp": 6.14, "feels_like": 4.52, "pressure": 1019, "humidity": 45, "dew_point": -5.34, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 99, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 2.19, "wind_deg": 271, "wind_gust": 3.39, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696550400, "temp": 6.53, "feels_like": 5.15, "pressure": 1020, "humidity": 45, "dew_point": -5.01, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 99, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 2, "wind_deg": 257, "wind_gust": 3.57, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696554000, "temp": 7.44, "feels_like": 5.46, "pressure": 1020, "humidity": 42, "dew_point": -5.05, "uvi": 0.43, "clouds": 100, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 2.97, "wind_deg": 254, "wind_gust": 3.97, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696557600, "temp": 8.48, "feels_like": 6.44, "pressure": 1020, "humidity": 38, "dew_point": -5.24, "uvi": 1.49, "clouds": 100, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.42, "wind_deg": 268, "wind_gust": 4.27, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696561200, "temp": 10.13, "feels_like": 8.03, "pressure": 1020, "humidity": 32, "dew_point": -6.37, "uvi": 3.18, "clouds": 100, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 4.67, "wind_deg": 266, "wind_gust": 5.46, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696564800, "temp": 11.52, "feels_like": 9.35, "pressure": 1019, "humidity": 24, "dew_point": -8.46, "uvi": 4.82, "clouds": 100, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 5.92, "wind_deg": 268, "wind_gust": 6.64, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696568400, "temp": 12.52, "feels_like": 10.38, "pressure": 1018, "humidity": 21, "dew_point": -9.69, "uvi": 6.02, "clouds": 100, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 6.22, "wind_deg": 271, "wind_gust": 6.75, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696572000, "temp": 13.47, "feels_like": 11.34, "pressure": 1016, "humidity": 18, "dew_point": -10.42, "uvi": 6.18, "clouds": 100, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 5.81, "wind_deg": 270, "wind_gust": 6.06, "weather": [{"id": 804, "main": "Clouds", "description": "overcast clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696575600, "temp": 13.92, "feels_like": 11.81, "pressure": 1015, "humidity": 17, "dew_point": -10.69, "uvi": 5.18, "clouds": 84, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 5.31, "wind_deg": 267, "wind_gust": 5.7, "weather": [{"id": 803, "main": "Clouds", "description": "broken clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696579200, "temp": 14.25, "feels_like": 12.17, "pressure": 1014, "humidity": 17, "dew_point": -10.65, "uvi": 3.51, "clouds": 72, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 5.1, "wind_deg": 268, "wind_gust": 5.6, "weather": [{"id": 803, "main": "Clouds", "description": "broken clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696582800, "temp": 14.25, "feels_like": 12.17, "pressure": 1013, "humidity": 17, "dew_point": -10.74, "uvi": 1.81, "clouds": 71, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 4.79, "wind_deg": 268, "wind_gust": 5.24, "weather": [{"id": 803, "main": "Clouds", "description": "broken clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696586400, "temp": 13.92, "feels_like": 11.81, "pressure": 1013, "humidity": 17, "dew_point": -10.89, "uvi": 0.57, "clouds": 56, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 5.09, "wind_deg": 269, "wind_gust": 5.36, "weather": [{"id": 803, "main": "Clouds", "description": "broken clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696590000, "temp": 13.19, "feels_like": 11.03, "pressure": 1014, "humidity": 18, "dew_point": -11.04, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 63, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 4.59, "wind_deg": 272, "wind_gust": 5.08, "weather": [{"id": 803, "main": "Clouds", "description": "broken clouds", "icon": "04d"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696593600, "temp": 11.95, "feels_like": 9.72, "pressure": 1015, "humidity": 20, "dew_point": -10.85, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 55, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.74, "wind_deg": 273, "wind_gust": 5.69, "weather": [{"id": 803, "main": "Clouds", "description": "broken clouds", "icon": "04n"}], "pop": 0}, {"dt": 1696597200, "temp": 11.42, "feels_like": 9.14, "pressure": 1016, "humidity": 20, "dew_point": -11.03, "uvi": 0, "clouds": 83, "visibility": 10000, "wind_speed": 3.03, "wind_deg": 288...


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