2. Select location
The location "San Diego" is selected and the generated API URL will use
the WGS84 coordinates with latitude (&lat=32.72) and longitude (&lon=-117.17).
To change the location, use the location search at the top of the page. The elevation above sea level (&asl=20) is optional and if omitted, the API will use a digital elevation model.
3. Select API packages
Weather variables are clustered into data packages. The API packages can be further combined according to your preference, as one API call may deliver several data packages. You will not be charged for the individual API calls but for the amount of meteoblue credits you use.
The timezone in San Diego is America/Los_Angeles.
If no timezone is specified, the API uses a timezone database to find a suitable timezone. Automatic timezone resolution has limited accuracy at timezone boarders and coastal areas.
JSON and CSV can be used as an output format. Note: For CSV only one time interval can be returned, you can not combine different time intervals.
Forecast length (in days)
Optional setting to define the number of forecast days. The API delivers all available forecast time steps per default.
History length (in days)
The API offers up to 4 days of the previous days.