Radar data needed! Help us with the data gathering
Maybe usable for Canada
I saw that you need radar data from Portugal, the local Met Institute provides that data, but it's probably really hard to get as they provide it in the form of an image, here: http://www.ipma.pt/en/otempo/obs.radar/
EDIT: Looks like they provide that data in a map form too: https://www.ipma.pt/en/otempo/obs.remote/index.jsp
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o Brasil disponibiliza radares meteorologicos do redemet . link:https://www.redemet.aer.mil.br/ redemet
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Dear @TomSlavkovsky , here I give you the link to BMKG (Indonesia) radar data archive (also real time data included). They are in NetCDF *.gz format. Please use this link to see how the data is like, site is open (no login or payment needed).
Per Indonesian law (See Peraturan Kepala BMKG No. 20 Tahun 2014 at Pasal 4, in Bahasa Indonesia), Windy.com needs to contact and cooperate with BMKG to make use of these netCDF data in your website. Email: email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone +62-21-6546315.
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According to my knowledge, South African weather models can be accessed from the SAWS(South African Weather Services) website. They have synoptic charts, radar and other useful data!!!
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You can try this for India:
Royal meteorological institue in Belgium they are using 3 Weather radar
@mcgr1m3 said in Radar data needed! Help us with the data gathering:
In Australia we have free access as to the government run (Bureau Of Meteorology) Unsure if they would allow this to be utilised for another weather site but worth a try.
Guys fantastic site, as a amature weather enthusiast I use it and recommend it the most. The Australian BOM will help they are flexible and progressive. There will be BOM staff with the best contact details watching this thread...
Australia has free FTP weather radar, see here: http://www.bom.gov.au/catalogue/data-feeds.shtml
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find above link to acess Radar of India
India IMD issues free radar data
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in which format?
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http://meteoinfo.by/radar/?q=UKBB Ukrainian radar
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@tomslavkovsky you can gather indian weather details from the below given govt webite of indian meterological dept . http://www.imd.gov.in/Welcome To IMD/Welcome.php
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Hi, in Bulgaria we use this radar site:
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Argentina radar website directly from the Meteorological Service https://www.smn.gob.ar/radar
Guys..sites with radar pictures only doesnt help, windy needs raw numerical radar data..open data..for free
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Please see the FTP site below for Australian radar data.
Keep up the great work.
https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/about-us/contact - try here for the UK. I emailed them already to ask about it - will update if/when I hear back.
Here's the reply I got from the UK MET office! :) Hope it helps.
You may find our free datapoint service to be suitable to your needs: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/datapoint
DataPoint is a way of accessing freely available Met Office data feeds in a format that is suitable for application developers. It is aimed at professionals, the scientific community and student or amateur developers, in fact anyone looking to re-use Met Office data within their own innovative applications.
Access to data includes:
forecast and observation map layers such as radar and cloud cover for the UK;
forecast and observed site specific data such as temperature, wind speed and direction; and,
regularly updated text forecasts for mountain weather, national parks and UK regions.
We have quite a lot of online support available for datapoint on the links below, which may provide you with some guidance if required.
Furthermore detailed user documentation and guides can be found here: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/datapoint/support/documentation
We also have a small but dedicated datapoint community forum which may be able to provide you with more immediate real-time support from fellow members:
Finally if after reviewing the above links you still require support or desire a more custom/commercial feed then please provide a little more information about your requirements, which data you wish to use and how you wish to use it and we will be in a better position to assist with your enquiry.
If you have any further questions or need any additional information, please let us know. Our Weather Desk team are available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Simply reply to this email or give us a call on 0370 900 0100 and one of our advisors will be happy to help.