How can I load weather forecast data into Google Sheets?

This article shows how to easily load weather forecast data into Google sheets.  It will walk through the process step-by-step showing how to construct the query in Visual Crossing Weather and then use the query URL to import the weather results into Google Sheets. Also see the companion article that discusses importing historical weather data …

Where can I find historical cloud and visibility data?

Historical cloud cover and visibility data are useful weather measures that are needed in various transportation, business, and recreational activities. Whether you are looking for cloud data to analyze solar panel performance, manage air travel, or determine the best places and nights for stargazing, a weather data service such as Visual Crossing Weather can provide …

How do I find my nearest weather station?

Visit https://www.visualcrossing.com/weather-history Enter your location and any date range Scroll down to the “Location and station map” section to find your nearest station Background Most weather data today is collected and stored by weather stations all over the globe. Weather stations are all around us; often residing at local airports or municipal locations. When you are looking for weather …

How can I load weather forecast data into Microsoft Power BI?

In this article, I’m going to show how you can quickly and easily load weather forecast data for any worldwide location into Microsoft Power BI for further analysis.  Visual Crossing Weather enables you to import forecast or historical weather data into Power BI. The data can be imported as CSV or JSON depending on your …

How to download weather forecast data as a Microsoft Excel Workbook

In this article, I’m going to show you how to download weather forecast for any worldwide location data as a standard Microsoft Excel file. Quick Steps to Get Started Now Sign up for a free Visual Crossing Weather account here: https://www.visualcrossing.com/weather/weather-data-services Enter the location(s) for your analysis and select the date or date range that interests …