Historical Weather Data

From AccuWeather Data Suite

This industry-leading global historical weather dataset provides daily and hourly parameters for the most recent 10-year historical period.

AccuWeather Data Suite Historical Weather Data

Data Overview

AccuWeather’s historical data is powered by the largest and best collection of real-time weather and historical weather data sources, along with expert data analysis and meteorological expertise. This industry-leading global historical weather dataset provides daily and hourly parameters for the most recent 10-year historical period. There are nearly 90,000 locations available, and it’s fully customizable to best serve the requirements and needs of businesses.

There are 150+ weather parameters that are consistent throughout the data set, enabling data scientists to enhance their machine learning and enable new ways to generate models to understand the correlation of weather to any situation. Businesses are empowered to understand the weather’s impact on their business yesterday and today so that they can predict the outcomes for tomorrow. Businesses can leverage AccuWeather’s Historical Weather Data in a plethora of ways.

Samples/Tables Included:
– Daily Historical Weather
– Hourly Historical Weather
– Normalized Weather Metrics (10, 20, and 30-year averages)

Fields Included:
– Date
– Latitude & Longitude of Location
– Average Daily Metrics (Temperature, RealFeel Temperature, Windspeed & Direction, etc.)
– Observed Metrics (Temperature, Relative Humidity, Cloud Cover Percentage, etc.)

Suggested Usage:

Every day, AccuWeather is assisting businesses around the world by providing crucial data and information to allow them to make the best weather-impacted decisions. A few examples include:

  • Analyze the economic effects of weather by mapping historical weather data to current weather conditions to predict the potential impact on business operations.
  • Use historical data to inform modeling for energy supply and production forecasts across hydropower, wind, and solar installations. Leverage historical data to predict energy demand from municipalities and industry.
  • Combine historical data with past company data insights to inform projections for revenue and sales growth.
  • Analyze how past weather has impacted consumer buying behavior. Better plan and position retail inventory by quickly adjusting distribution and operational needs to create new sales opportunities.
  • Drive targeted advertising campaigns using historical weather data and forecasts.

Cloud Region Availability

US West (Oregon)
Canada (Central)
US East (N. Virginia)
US East (Ohio)
US East (Commercial Gov - N. Virginia)
US Gov East 1 (Fedramp High Plus)
US Gov West 1
US Gov West 1 (DoD)
US Gov West 1 (Fedramp High Plus)
Asia Pacific (Jakarta)
Asia Pacific (Mumbai)
Asia Pacific (Osaka)
Asia Pacific (Seoul)
Asia Pacific (Singapore)
Asia Pacific (Sydney)
Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
EU (Frankfurt)
EU (Ireland)
EU (London)
EU (Stockholm)
EU (Zurich)
EU (Paris)
South America (São Paulo)

Canada Central (Toronto)
Central US (Iowa)
East US 2 (Virginia)
South Central US (Texas)
US Gov Virginia
US Gov Virginia (FedRAMP) High Plus
West US 2 (Washington)
Australia East (New South Wales)
Central India (Pune)
Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama)
Southeast Asia (Singapore)
UAE North (Dubai)
North Europe (Ireland)
Switzerland North (Zurich)
UK South (London)
West Europe (Netherlands)

US Central 1 (Iowa)
US East 4 (N. Virginia)
Europe West 2 (London)
Europe West 4 (Netherlands)




Near Real-time


Available on request

Geographic Coverage

Global (by Latitude and Longitude)


Business Needs

Demand Forecasting

Inventory Management

Accelerating Advertising Revenue

Risk Analysis

Supply Chain

Demand Forecasting



AccuWeather’s historical weather data can be used to build predictive analytical tools across a variety of industries. Companies can create models using weather parameters and their own data to determine weather’s impact on sales, equipment, and more.

Inventory Management



AccuWeather has a breadth of data sets that can be used to help companies improve the management of inventory. Weather is a significant factor in determining the various types of products to have on shelves, the quantity, and when to begin distribution.

Accelerating Advertising Revenue



Weather is an integral part of people’s lives, helping them plan their wardrobes and activities for the day. Weather also affects purchase behavior. As the weather changes, buying habits shift.

Risk Analysis



AccuWeather’s forecast and historical weather data can be used by Risk Analysts as they look to mitigate risks for a particular project. Using the proper tools, teams can prepare ahead and manage potential negative outcomes the weather may have on their business.

Supply Chain



Leaders can efficiently operate the logistics of a supply chain, as they evaluate weather’s impact on various areas of the supply chain, from developing a product to delivering it to the customer. AccuWeather’s data is extremely valuable and comprises the most complete database of forecasts models from around the world, making it easier for companies to get the weather that will directly affect their business and their most important assets.