Current weather API & solutions
Get frequently updated current weather conditions anywhere in the world in high resolution (3km)
Featuring a comprehensive set of surface weather parameters updated every hour, including precipitation rate, temperature, winds, visibility, and others; a perfect complement to our weather forecast and historical data products to fit all your weather needs.
Current Weather API variables
Plug and play weather data via our easy-to-use APIs gives you the global information you need to fuel your business operations and drive profitable growth. Choose the variables that suit your business needs.
- Relative humidity
- Dewpoint temperature
- Wind speed
- Wind direction
- Wind gust speed
- Mean sea-level pressure
- Precipitation rate
- Incoming Shortwave Radiation
- Precipitation Type
- Effective Cloud Cover
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What our customers say
“The Spire Weather Forecast excels for open ocean weather forecast accuracy. The level of development and speed of innovation that Spire is putting into its models continues to impress us.”
Marketing & Business Development Manager – Predictwind
“Weather routing has the potential to drive greater efficiency and emissions reduction as open-ocean conditions greatly impact performance. Partnering with Spire Weather puts genuinely market leading data into the hands of more users allowing them to enhance vessel performance.”
CEO – Zeronorth
“We’re a specialist company that does remote sensing, so we know the value that satellite technology brings to the table. This is why we’re so happy Spire provides such data points using satellite technology as it covers the entire world without any gaps. Before, the level of accuracy was only 75% but now with Spire’s integration, it’s gone up to 95%.”
Co-founder – Mantle Labs
Weather forecast use cases
Top 4 reasons weather predictions beyond a 10 day forecast can be unreliable
Since times immemorial, mankind has looked to the skies in search for clues of what the weather may be in the coming days.
How weather adds costs to supply chains
Is your supply chain under the weather? The supply chains that underpin the global economy are vulnerable to the world’s weather.
High chance of optimization in the weather forecast
Businesses and government agencies without weather strategies may be exposing themselves to risks and missing out on growth opportunities.
What if weather forecasts could be optimized for ports?
The maritime industry continues to embrace digitalization with a new focus this year on port weather forecasts.