Library for fetching weather information from Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI)
Finnish Meteorological Institute Weather
Library for fetching weather information from Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI).
Originally build for personal use because I wanted to create FMI integration for Home Assistant.
BETA WARNING! This is still under heavy development. The public API is not frozen yet so DO NOT consider it to be stable. Any version can have breaking changes.
How to use
Working example can be found in example.py.
$ pip install fmi-weather-client
Get weather and forecasts
import fmi_weather_client weather1 = fmi_weather_client.weather_by_coordinates(60.170998, 24.941325) weather2 = fmi_weather_client.weather_by_place_name("Rastila, Helsinki") forecast1 = fmi_weather_client.forecast_by_place_name("Jäppilä, Pieksämäki") forecast2 = fmi_weather_client.forecast_by_coordinates(67.6894, 28.62406, timestep_hours=12)
If data is not available, the following exception is thrown:
FMI provides the following commonly used information:
- Temperature (°C)
- Pressure (hPa)
- Humidity (%)
- Wind direction (°)
- Wind speed (m/s)
- Wind gust (m/s)
- Dew point (°)
- Cloud coverage (%)
- Precipitation intensity (mm/h)
- Symbol Documentation in Finnish
There are also other information available. Check models.py and FMI documentation for more info.
Create and activate a virtual environment
$ python -m venv venv $ source venv/bin/activate
Install required packages
$ make setup-dev-env
Deactivate virtual environment when you are done
This will run unit tests and code quality checks
$ make test
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