Yeah, there are many great weather APIs! My first draft of this post had the Dark Sky API, as it is my preferred weather app. I chose not to, as the only pricing model they have is a pay-as-you-go tier, While the first 1000 calls per day free is plenty for many projects, I wanted APIs that had totally free tiers. Open Weather Map is great and probably the most popular weather API. I decided to list a lesser known one; thus, I went with WeatherBit for this post.
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