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The Second World’s Global Deluge

Researchers believe that the second Global Deluge can take place already in 2100. Recently, a team of American scientists with the leader R. Steven Nerem, Associate Director of the Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research, determined that the level of World’s Ocean increases faster. Such a phenomenon concerns with the global warming that leads to the glaciers’ melting in Antarctic and...

Weather API: have you tried?

If you consider yourself an experienced developer in search of smart decision and, therefore, have found our website – then welcome! You probably have been developing weather application and have done 80% of the work and in order to save your priceless time are looking for a API to implement in your product. You are pretty lucky as WeatherAPI.com has...

Ten of the most beautiful weather apps out there

At APIXU we appreciate the importance of beautiful application design, and we never underestimate just how vital the user interface is for guiding interactions that result in five star app reviews. So here we draw upon the very best and most beautiful in the industry in the hope that our readers will be similarly inspired by the great looking weather...

The Met Office- The loss of the BBC Contract and why our weather reports could become a whole lot less reliable

The Met Office has been responsible for our essential weather forecasts for over 90 years. They have been behind every BBC reports and have even contributed towards the governmental planning towards upcoming extreme weather events. Over its time the Met Office has then very much become a part of everyday life within the UK, and so the BBC’s announcement that...

The World’s most staggering weather stats

The weather can be pretty remarkable. After all, it can cause life-threatening situations in the forms of floods, droughts and thunderstorms, and it is what drives the growing of food that maintains a worldwide population. So here we take a moment to appreciate some of the most amazing weather to have ever occurred.   1. Phew! – The highest temperature...

5 of the most bizarre weather events of 2015

The weather seems to be increasingly volatile, with summers and winters within the UK that are anything but predictable. However, beyond the usual weekly, monthly and seasonal forecasting it appears that 2015 has served up plenty of rather notable weather events around the world. So here we take a deeper look into the very often bizarre global weather events, for...

5 reasons why your website needs a weather widget

For those looking to improve their website features it seems that one of the most overlooked additions may be that of a weather widget. However, whether you’re a retailer whose business is cutting edge fashion, or a travel agent who may be a more traditionally suitable applicant for a weather widget, there is a world of reasons why such a...

5 apps that save lives

Weather apps are very often about so much more than merely predicting and reporting on the everyday weather conditions of rain or shine. In fact, weather apps can literally make a life-saving difference to how we face the natural disasters that may otherwise uproot thousands and affect many for the years to come. So here we take a look at...

What historical weather data can tell developers

The life of the average app developer can be tough. Not only do you have to contend with an ever-crowded application marketplace, but you also have to keep abreast with an expanse of new technologies in order to offer up something fresh for the market. And whilst changes range broadly, from the hardware of the average Smartphone right through to...

Taking weather apps into the 21st century

Gone are the days of simple weather apps that merely predict tomorrow’s weather and instead today there is a world of innovative weather apps that are truly shaping everything from the logistics of global companies right through to the strategies of emergency aid charities. With such a breadth of different weather apps, and with technology and APIs that are always...

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