WhatWasTheWeatherLike™ is an innovative service dedicated to historical research, genealogy and ... fun.
The idea popped up at a family dinner while arguing about the saying "rainy wedding, happy marriage".
One said that it was not possible to correlate the two because it was not possible to know what was the weather like 20, 50 or 100 years ago.
Well, actually it is possible.
WhatWasTheWeatherLike provides a daily weather report for any location worldwide and for the last 150 years.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is WhatWasTheWeatherLike™ ?
WhatWasTheWeatherLike™ is an easy-to-use web tool providing a one-page synthetic weather report for any location worldwide for the last century.
Where does the data comes from ?
The data was produced for the Twentieth Century Reanalysis Project.
The Twentieth Century Reanalysis Project, supported by the Earth System Research Laboratory Physical Sciences Division from NOAA and the University of Colorado CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center, is an effort to produce a global reanalysis dataset spanning a portion of the nineteenth century and the entire twentieth century.
See Compo, G. P. et al., 2011: The Twentieth Century Reanalysis Project. Quarterly J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc., 137, 1-28. DOI: 10.1002/qj.776 for details.
Do you reprocess the data ?
Sure, the data is statistically downscaled to your location of interest.
How can I get my report ?
Just go to the "I want one" page, choose your location, select a date and fill the contact information.
Check-out via paypal and you will receive the report via email.
How much does it costs ?
Just 19.95 USD. A great price for a great value product.
Do you offer discount?
Sure we do: 20% discount for 5 reports (you will get one for free), 30% discount for 10 reports (you will get three for free). For more, please contact us before ordering.
How much time it takes to receive my report ?
Once payment is done, the report will be sent via email to you in less than 5 minutes.
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