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AerisWeather Webhooks
May 9

Weather Alerts in Real Time with Webhooks

Note: This post highlights severe weather alerts for facility managers; however, AerisWeather supports the delivery of numerous datasets via Webhooks for a variety of industries and use cases. To schedule a Webhooks demonstration tailored to your own industry or use case, please reach out to our team here. When it comes to ensuring the safety of your employees, facilities, and the public, it is paramount to have near real-time access to accurate weather information, including weather alerts. The AerisWeather API provides quick access to this weather information via the Alerts endpoint, especially government-issued weather warnings (ie. National Weather Service in the US;...

March 10

AerisWeather Android SDK 2.7.0

We have released v2.7.0 of the Android SDK. This release adds support for the conditions endpoint, the new fire perimeter support within the fires endpoint, many bug fixes, and other minor enhancements. Review the change history for a complete list of changes within the new release. Conditions Endpoint Support With this release, the Android SDK now directly supports the conditions endpoint. With the conditions support, you can fetch weather conditions for any latitude/longitude right now, any time over the past ten years, or for up to the next 15 days. The conditions endpoint is an excellent option to replace the...

January 27

Announcement: AerisWeather Acquired by Vaisala

To our valued clients, partners & associates: We’re excited to share the news with you that AerisWeather has been acquired by Vaisala, in a transaction that was settled earlier today. Vaisala, a global leader in weather, environmental & industrial measurements will integrate AerisWeather into their surging data solutions business – elevating its market position as a leading global provider of environmental data & imagery solutions You can read more about the acquisition in Vaisala’s official stock exchange release which can be found here. In Vaisala we have found a partner with a matching vision and high standard for success. While...

November 15

Direct Davis Instruments Support on PWSweather.com

AerisWeather’s own PWSweather.com has been providing a beautiful, secure way to monitor, manage, and archive weather station data for over a decade. Over those years, we’ve developed an intimate understanding of the needs and functionality demanded by weather station owners from all walks of life. This information has helped extend our environmental data expertise beyond traditional weather stations to encompass more modern technologies, including Internet of Things (IoT) devices. As part of this mission to source environmental data from a diverse portfolio of devices, the PWSweather Team is excited to announce direct weather data ingestion support for AEM’s Davis Instruments weather stations...

August 5

Changes to AerisWeather Pricing and Services

We are excited to share our updated and recently-released pricing plans! The newly streamlined structure is a direct result of client and market feedback – and we’re confident you’ll see near-term benefits as a customer of AerisWeather. Here are three big changes you’re sure to appreciate: Introducing AerisWeather Flex: A Value-Packed Bundle AerisWeather Flex is a new plan released to AerisWeather users that unlocks the power of AerisWeather Maps (previously AerisWeather Mapping Platform or “AMP”) and our Weather API as part of the same robust package of global weather data solutions. Users are no longer required to maintain separate API...

Visualizing Severe Storm Threats
July 1

Tracking Storm Threats With the Severe Weather Module

In March, we introduced the popular Severe Weather Module for use with the AerisWeather Interactive Map App to track storm threats. We’ve since added a new feature that allows you to tap into the power of the AerisWeather Threats endpoint within the Interactive Map App. There’s no need to write code to query the AerisWeather API Threats Endpoint, we’ve taken care of the hard part. All you have to do now is click on the map to display approaching storm threats in the infopanel. Threats Endpoint Background The Threats Endpoint is one of many severe weather endpoints in the AerisWeather API. It’s much more than just National Weather Service warnings, it utilizes a plethora of other meteorological-related parameters as well...

June 10

Announcing Minutely Precipitation Forecasts

How soon will it rain? How intense will it be? As of today, these questions can now be answered with the release of our new Minutely Precipitation support! Last year, we introduced the conditions endpoint that provides current weather conditions for any global location. Since, we’ve continued to enhance this endpoint and expanded our global historical access through 2011. Now we are excited to announce the conditions endpoint can now support Minutely Precipitation forecasts. What is a Minutely Precipitation Forecast? Minutely Precipitation provides the forecast precipitation rate in 1-minute intervals for the next 60 minutes. AerisWeather generates these high-resolution forecasts...

June 10

Routing with the Javascript SDK

Weather greatly affects the transportation and logistics industry, especially when that weather turns inclement with considerable impacts. With the recent release of 1.5.0 of our Javascript SDK, you can now plot custom driving routes alongside critical weather data between destinations using our new Routing module. This new routing module allows you to plan and adjust your fleet’s routing to minimize weather impacts while enroute. Getting Started with the Routing Module To start using the Routing module, you’d set up your project as you would with any of our other lazy-loaded built-in modules. Therefore, you’ll need to follow the module setup instructions...

Dark Sky API Replacement
June 8

Migrate From the Dark Sky API to AerisWeather Without Writing a Single Line of Code

With Apple’s acquisition of Dark Sky in April, 2020, it was announced that they would no longer accept new API signups and sunset existing accounts by the end of 2021. With that day rapidly approaching, we are excited to share the following guide for migrating your current Dark Sky subscription to AerisWeather, a popular Dark Sky API replacement, without ever writing a single API query. Thanks to our powerful Wizards, you’ll gain the ability to drop accurate and reliable AerisWeather API queries into your scripts and applications with just a few clicks. As a bonus, we’ve highlighted geographic region expansion...

April 7

Improved UK Alerts

A few months ago, we expanded our weather alerting to include most of Europe, both within our AerisWeather API and AerisWeather Maps. Today we are announcing improved coverage and resolution for alerts over the United Kingdom! We achieve these improvements by integrated the alerts directly from the UK Met Office. Accessing the improved UK weather alerts is the same as before, simply query the alerts endpoint for locations within the United Kingdom. Query by City, Country Return active alerts for London: [crayon-628f9a6727ac6388810689/] Or for Glasgow, Scotland: [crayon-628f9a6727ac9776682339/] Note that the two-letter ISO country code for the UK is GB. Though...