Make something useful with data from the Meteorological Institute

We find weather exciting. That is why we want to share our weather data, so you can make something useful and engaging. The possibilities are endless!

Already using forecast.xml?

This guide will walk you through how to convert from forecast.xml to the new JSON-format.

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Forecast of air-quality for locations in Norway


Textual aviation weather forecasts


Reporting danger level of forest fires.


REST API for meteorogical observation data


Images from geostationary satellites


Serve grib files on the coast from Oslo and Western Norway


Maps as images showing current ice conditions in the arctic regions.


Weather forecast for a specified place
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