Met Office DataPoint

Welcome to the Met Office DataPoint group.  This group supports the Met Office's work as part of the open data initiative to engage with the users of Met Office DataPoint - http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/datapoint,  and provide a way for our users to engage with each other. This group is not for providing feedback on our weather forecasts or climate science.
 
If you become aware of any problems with any of our datafeeds or the API itself please contact us through our service desk who can ensure the appropriate support team is informed. Details on how to contact us can be found at http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/about-us/contact 
 


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Problem with the INSPIRE rainfall radar tiles. Murray Peden 11/29/16
UK 3-hourly site-specific forecast - An error occurred while processing your request. colinsjonesuk 11/29/16
rainfall WMTS tiles to Google Map via google map API Big Ben 11/22/16
Datapoint issues with Observation Data? Andrew Jones-McGuire 11/16/16
Hourly wind speed data near Oxford Toby Jackson 11/14/16
"Prediction time" in the data.gov.uk archive damoncl...@gmail.com 11/5/16
Hourly forecast data? Mike Brewer 10/13/16
Pollen Data Padarn Wilson 9/9/16
observational data down since 24-08-2016 0600 Z Mithil Shah 8/25/16
UK 3-hourly site-specific forecast - no data returned Josh Oldham 8/3/16
What do I do with API key? alexfolkes2011 7/18/16
Rainfall Radar and Precipitation Forecast now available as WMTS MetOffice DataPoint 7/15/16
Your views on your experiences of using API data services colin.corkerton 7/4/16
Radar Data Josh Gilpin 5/21/16
Definition of codes on Azure forecast downloads Robert Price 5/13/16
HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden error - syntax or account related problem? Please advise group. Jamms 5/13/16
404's from wxobs capabilities and wxobs 'all locations' requests Philip Jones 5/13/16
What is the unitaryAuthArea ni...@ukw.today 5/12/16
3 Hour Forecast update rate... ni...@ukw.today 5/10/16
DataPoint data used for all-time and other records Ioannis Karagiannis 5/10/16
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