Forecast is backed by a wide range of data sources, which are aggregated together statistically to provide the most accurate forecast possible for a given location. Touch the graphs to see the specific values from each data source.
darksky:Dark Sky’s own hyperlocal precipitation forecasting system, backed by radar data from the following systems:
lamp:The USA NOAA’s LAMP system.
datapoint:The UK Met Office’s Datapoint API.
metno:The Norwegian Meteorological Institute’s meteorological forecast API
gfs:The USA NOAA’s Global Forecast System.
isd:The USA NOAA’s Integrated Surface Database.
nwspa:The USA NOAA’s Public Alert system.
metwarn:The UK Met Office’s Severe Weather Warning system.
cmc:Environment Canada’s Canadian Meteorological Center ensemble model.
fnmoc:The US Navy’s Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Ensemble Forecast System.
naefs:The USA NOAA and Environment Canada’s North American Ensemble Forecast System.
nam:The USA NOAA’s North American Mesoscale Model.
rap:The USA NOAA’s Rapid Refresh Model.
metno_ce:The Norwegian Meteorological Institute’s GRIB file forecast for Central Europe.
metno_ne:The Norwegian Meteorological Institute’s GRIB file forecast for Northern Europe.
metar:Worldwide METAR weather reports.
(Note: the values from these models are bias corrected, which means we adjust them depending on the specific geographical location you are searching for.)