Weather Forecast 50% open

Latvia


What data is expected?

3-day forecasts of temperature, precipitation and wind. Forecasts have to be provided for several regions in the country. Short-term weather forecasts are relevant for the general public to plan activities, while also being reliable. See our methodology section for more information.

  • Temperature extremes
  • Temperature average
  • Wind speed
  • Wind direction
  • Precipitation Amount
  • Precipitation Probability
  • Forecast for current day and four following days

How open is the data?

The data is available to download only as paid service.

The original submission referred to weather forecast maps, freely available online without the need to register. I corrected the submission and referred it to downloadable data that is already available in machine-readable and open formats. This data is not available online without signing up for a paid service. There was no note of terms of use. It could not be verified whether these are compliant with the OpenDefinition. Therefore it was stated that the data is not openly licensed. The paid service provides three day forecasts for wind, precipitation and temperatures. Downloadable at: http://www.meteo.lv/pakalpojumi/prognozes/meteorologiskas-prognozes/laikapstaklu-prognoze-turpmakajam-3-diennaktim-latvijai?id=3190&nid=325&cid=911 Thank you, Toms Ceļmillers, for contributing to the Global Open Data Index.

Data location   http://www.meteo.lv/en/laiks/?nid=638 - Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre, weather maps for all required characteristics (freely accessible)
   http://www.meteo.lv/pakalpojumi/prognozes/meteorologisk - Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre, 3-day forecasts for all required characteristics, data download, XML format
Data licence   Unknown
Data format   XML
Reviewer   Danny Lämmerhirt
Submitters   Toms Ceļmillers
Last modified   Wed Dec 14 2016 08:48:37 GMT+0000 (UTC)

Contributors

Reviewers

  • Danny Lämmerhirt

Submitters

  • Toms Ceļmillers
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