Adventures in JavaScript: Weather History

Type a place and choose from near­by weath­er sta­tions to see tem­per­a­ture, pre­cip­i­ta­tion and sun­shine data for any year since 2000 (some years are unavail­able for some sta­tions).

This only works for Ger­man weath­er. See the details below for more infor­ma­tion.

Red bars in the pre­cip­i­ta­tion plot mean any­thing except rain (snow, hail and what­not). The black line in the sun­shine plot denotes the max­i­mum pos­si­ble sun­shine hours as com­put­ed with the sun­rise script – hence, it does not account for observ­er alti­tude or obsta­cles between the observ­er and the true hori­zon.

See this post for more details.

Update 2015-10-13: Weath­er ser­vice DWD has changed the way the his­tor­i­cal data files can be accessed. Until I find the time to update the code this script will no longer work.


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