The OpenWeatherMap History Bulk API allows developers to get historical weather data for a given city for the last five years. Weather data is provided in one-hour intervals. If a given parameter is missing from an API response, it means that the weather phenomena in question was not occurring at that location at the time of measurement. Data is available at the cost of $10 per city.
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The OpenWeatherMap Crystal SDK by Chris Larsen allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap APIs into their Crystal applications. This SDK covers all APIs available to free accounts, except the OpenWeatherMap Weather Map Layers API.
The OpenWeatherMap Elixir SDK by Rafał Kociszewski allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap APIs into their Elixir applications. This SDK is still a work in progress and not yet ready for production use.
The OpenWeatherMap .NET SDK by Joan Caron allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap APIs into their .NET applications. This SDK supports the .NET Standard 1.1 platform and is not currently being maintained.