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APIs Available by Geolocation

The API reference contains all the details you need for accessing our API platform using a geolocation rather than a Field ID. This approach allows for lightweight integrations and large data downloads when a field construct is not required. You’ll have access to the same high quality weather and agronomic data but some advanced functionality and background intelligence features will not be available.

Note: Most aWhere customers reference locations by a registered field ID. At this time, all our supporting resources and code samples are geared for these use cases. If you need assistance using this API please contact your aWhere representative.


▶ Daily Observed Weather by Geolocation #

This API opens up the weather attributes that matter most for agriculture as daily summaries and totals. | View Documentation 

▶ Forecasts by Geolocation #

Use this API to return today’s forecast plus the forecast for up to 15 more days. Forecasts are available in many sizes of hourly blocks, from hourly to daily. | View Documentation 

▶ Historical Norms by Geolocation #

This is a flexible API that allows you to calculate the averages for weather attribute across any range of years for which we have data. This API allow you to compare this year and the previous year to the long-term normals (however many years you want to include). Each day’s worth of data also includes the standard deviation for the average. | View Documentation 



▶ Agronomic Values and Accumulations for Current Year by Geolocation #

This API provides access to the entry level advanced value of agronomic data, including the calculations of GDD, PET, or P/PET, plus the accumulated precipitation, GDDs, and PET for the current growing season. | View Documentation 

▶ Agronomic Norms by Geolocation #

Compare this year’s agronomic values to the averages from any range of years for which we have weather data. Whereas the API above has a historical data limit based on API subscription, this API allows you to compare this year and previous year to the long-term normals (however many years you want to include). | View Documentation 

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