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Forecast for Unknown Site (58.516 W 34.495 S)

Icon Definition

The forecasts are plotted following the universal meteorological guidelines (users might read Wikipedia article at for a quick look of such guidelines).

For more details, please refer to the Wiki.

Application Programming Interface (API)

Graphical API

The graphical API will display the forecast diagram as seen at the 7Timer! website, this is useful for website makers who wish to include the forecast diagram in their websites. The graphical API address for this location would be

The graphical API, when properly called, will return a PNG-type image, so you may use <img> tag to include the forecast diagrams in your website.

Machine-readable API

The machine-readable API will produce a set of data that can be used directly by application. We now offer API in both Extensible Markup Language (XML) and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) standard. The API address for this location is:


A brief explanation of the parameters is given below:

lon, lat – Geographic coordinates of the specified site.
ac – Altitude Correction, only applicable in ASTRO forecast. Should be 0 (default), 2 or 7. Not applicable to the machine-readable APIs.
lang – Language. Not applicable in METEO forecast and the machine-readable APIs..
unit – Metric or British. Not applicable to the machine-readable APIs.
output – should be xml or json (for machine-readable APIs).
tzshift – Adjustment of timezone. Not applicable to the machine-readable APIs.
product – Product selection for machine-readable APIs. Should be astro, civil, civillight, meteo or two.

A successful call of the API will return sets of values. For exact meaning of these values, please refer to the Wiki.

Term of Use

You may use these data freely as long as the purpose is noncomercial. Program developers are asked to notify me when using the service so I can track the server workload. Please remember that weather forecast is one of the most highly challenging problems in our times, so using these data is at your own risk.

Find a Location by Coordinates

If you have already know the geographic coordinates of a location, you may enter them to get forecast. Coordinates must be input as "dd.ddd/-dd.ddd", like "113.190,23.094 or -113.190,-23.094", with precision up to 0.001.

Longitude: Latitude:

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