Our database Meteonorm produces accurate and representative typical years for every location on the planet. You can choose from over 30 different meteorological parameters. The database consists of more than 8 000 weather stations, five geostationary satellites and a globally calibrated aeroosol climatology. Sophisticated interpolation models based on more than 30 years of expertise provide high accuracy results worldwide.
Meteonorm is a global standard and powerful tool for planning applications in solar energy, building design, heating and cooling systems, education, agriculture and forestry, and many more. Find out more on the Meteonorm website.
The Meteonorm Web Service is based on the same calculation core and the same weather data as Meteonorm Software Version 7.3. The call of a typical year takes place via input of geographical coordinates. All Meteonorm parameters can be returned in monthly and hourly resolution. Output is available in different formats like JSON, XML or CSV. This allows the Meteonorm data to be integrated online into any type of web application, simulation software, building design software or building information modeling application.
In addition to the Meteonorm Web Service, the Meteonorm Plug-In (DLL) provides another possibility to integrate Meteonorm data directly into your software.
|FF||Wind speed (FFE, FFN longitudinal and latitudinal part of the wind speed)|
|FX||Gust peak speed (format "sia 2028" only)|
|H||Time integrated radiation (energy units)|
|G||Average hourly radiation intensity (power units)|
|hs||Height of sun||°|
|RD||Days with precipitation (> 0.1 mm)|
|Snd||Snow depth (theoretical for average snow density)||mm|
|Ta||Air temperature (2 m above ground)||°C|
|Ta min/max||Lowest/highest hourly value of air temperature (per month)||°C|
|Ta dmin/dmax||Average lowest/highest daily temperature||°C|
|Tp||Wet bulb temperature||°C|
|Ts||Surface temperature (5 cm above ground / grass)||°C|
|tl||Linke turbidity factor||-|
|Bh||Direct horizontal radiation arising from a narrow solid angle of 6° centered around the sun|
|Bn||Direct normal radiation (DNI, beam) arising from a narrow solid angle of 6° centered around the sun's disk|
|Dh||Diffuse radiation arising from the upper hemisphere reduced by the direct solar radiation from the sun's disk and its surroundings (6° aperture)|
|Dh hor||Diffuse radiation taking raised horizon into account|
|Dh min||Diffuse radiation under clear skys|
|Gh||Global horizontal radiation ("GHI")|
|Gh hor||Global radiation taking raised horizon into account|
|Ghmax||Global radiation under clear skys|