What is the spatial resolution of the historical weather data? On average? I saw a reference to 25 km being the maximum distance from a point that a weather station data is considered.

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John says:
July, Wednesday, 2019 at 10:52PM

Hello Goce,

It varies by location. On average <= 25km would be a good bet overall for station data. Note that some parameters have a higher resolution, as our API sources data from multiple sources (not just station data). Ie. Historical precipitation, and cloud cover are sourced from radar, and satellite products with spatial resolution ranging from <1km to 13km.

Hope this helps answer your question!
John at Weatherbit

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