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I need to display year round weather details for certain destinations on my website.

For example: New York

Jan: Max temp:20, Min temp:8, avg rainfall: 30mm Feb: Max temp:24, Min temp:10, avg rainfall: 240mm ... ..

I want to connect to an API and store all this data in DB for the app. How can I achieve this?

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The Weather Underground API looks like it will fit the bill. Using the Planner feature you can get a summary of historical information for a chosen date range. The data includes max and min temperatures as well as max, min and average rainfall.

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