Let the Global Weather Alerts flow into your IT system

Global Weather Alerts brings simplicity into working with national weather alerts on the Global scale. It streams the accumulation of current alerts into your IT system in a standardised and unified format. The full description of the alert includes such parameters as: coordinates of the area affected; alert category; urgency; start and end time etc. You don’t need to specify any location parameters. All the National Weather Alerts are delivered to you immediately upon its issue in a neat JSON packaging.

Obtain all the National Weather Alerts from a single source

The entire diversity of severe weather events has a massive impact on the global economy through affecting businesses, transportation and our lifestyle, so it would be nice to learn about them as soon as they occur. How could this be done effectively, if every country has their own national weather agency?

Global Weather Alerts concentrates all the weather warnings from the largest national meteorological agencies, and turns them into a constant and well-structured stream of data, making them a joy to work with.

How Global Weather Alerts work?

Alert:
id - Alert ID;
geometry - GeoJSON representation of the area, where the alert is forecasted;
msg_type - Notification type;
categories - Category of the alert;
event - Alert event name;
urgency - Urgency of the alert;
severity - Severity of the alert;
certainty - Certainty of the alert;
start - Date and time of the start of the alert, Unix, UTC;
end - Date and time of the end of the alert, Unix, UTC;
sender - Name of the alert source.;
headline - Headline of the alert;
description - Description of the alert;
instruction - Instructions from the agency about the alert.

Global Weather Alerts are also available in pull style

Global Weather Alerts is available for a monthly subscription fee of $125. Contact us for more information.

Documentation:

Global Weather Alerts;

One Call API;

Road Risk API

OpenWeather provides historical, current and forecasted weather data via light-speed APIs.