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I am building a web application where I need to display whole year's month wise weather conditions. So that users get an idea of what the weather conditions are like and plan their trips accordingly.

I am using WunderGround's History feature but it does not give this data for smaller towns and destinations, even some very popular tourist destinations.

Are there any alternatives which could provide me the same information.

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NOAA NCDC provides this.

There is a Python module you can get to parse the files, although I can't recall where I found it.

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