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Weatherbit.io - Swagger UI Weather API documentation

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Version: 2.0.0


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Description

This is the documentation for the Weatherbit Weather API. The base URL for the API is http://api.weatherbit.io/v2.0/ or https://api.weatherbit.io/v2.0/. Below is the Swagger UI documentation for the API. All API requests require the key parameter. An Example for a 5 day forecast for London, UK would be http://api.weatherbit.io/v2.0/forecast/3hourly?city=London&country=UK. See our Weather API description page for additional documentation.

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