- Meteonorm Version 8
- Time series
Meteonorm is a unique combination of reliable data sources and sophisticated calculation tools. It provides access to typical years and historical time series.
Meteonorm generates accurate and representative typical years for any place on Earth. You can choose from more than 30 different weather parameters. The database consists of more than 8 000 weather stations, five geostationary satellites and a globally calibrated aerosol climatology. On this basis, sophisticated interpolation models, based on more than 30 years of experience, provide results with high accuracy worldwide.
Read more about the software and its features.
If you already have a licence for an older version of Meteonorm, you can upgrade it here. If you are looking for an offer for universities and schools, the EDU-licence is the right choice for you.
New: Meteonorm 8 allows access to historical time series of irradiation and temperature. The new archive contains hourly data since 2010 and is constantly updated. You can download these time series directly from the Meteonorm software. Read more.
|Global coverage||Data from more than 8 000 weather stations worldwide and five geostationary satellites.|
|Data period||The standard periods are 1996–2015 for irradiation data and 2000–2019 for all other parameters.|
|Time intervals||Meteonorm generates monthly, daily, hourly and minute values.|
|Historical time series||Historical hourly values of irradiation and temperature from 2010 to present, constantly updated.|
|Data formats||36 output formats: CSV, TMY2, TMY3, EPW, PVSol, PVSyst, Polysun, SAM and many more.|
|Interpolation||Interpolation models calculate typical years for any location worldwide.|
|Aerosol climatology||Globally calibrated gridded dataset by Chris Gueymard. Time period 2000-2015, spatial resolution 0.5°.|
|API and DLL||The Meteonorm core is also available as Dynamic Link Library or Web Service for digital applications.|
|Current monthly values||Current monthly values can be accessed online directly from the software.|
|Uncertainty||Transparent information on data sources and uncertainty provided for each data set. Validation papers available on the website.|
|Urban Climate||Urban heat islands can be simulated. Specific urban climatologies for Bern and Vienna.|
|Climate change||Meteonorm includes three IPCC scenarios and allows projections to the year 2100.|
|Topography||Global 90x90m terrain model. Digitising tool for user-defined horizon lines.|
|Extreme years||P10 and P90 values available for simulating extreme years.|
|Parameters||Metenorm contains more than 30 different meteorological parameters|
|Data import||Third party data can be imported.|