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Key Pirate Weather API Resources
Developer Site: https://pirate-weather.apiable.io/
Open API: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/alexander0042/pirateweather/main/PW_OpenAPI.yaml
API Docs: https://docs.pirateweather.net/en/latest/
Open API Specification: TDB
Latest Pirate Weather API News
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PirateWeather is a free and open-source Python package that provides a command-line interface and library for retrieving weather data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
PirateWeather was created by Ben Welsh, an open data journalist and developer, and it is available on GitHub under the MIT License. The package uses NOAA’s National Weather Service API to retrieve weather data, which includes information such as current weather conditions, hourly forecasts, and daily forecasts.
As an open-source project, PirateWeather does not have a traditional company structure, but rather it is maintained and developed by a community of contributors. The technical infrastructure of PirateWeather is hosted on GitHub, which provides tools for version control, code collaboration, and issue tracking.
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