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Went ahead to research sites that will offer you the historical information you are looking for.
1. NOAA Climate Data Online:
2. List provided by The University of Chicago:
Hi, yes, I was on those two cites previously, but I didn't see the search or API I was asking about. Could you please point me to it?
Here is the search feature for NCDC:
For very precise data:
I spent a long time looking, and still can't find the answer you're trying to point me to. Please try to point me to the page, or if possible, one of the result pages for the query. Or give me the credentials and I'll write the software myself (although I'm really hoping to avoid this plan B)
The links above offer the search feature that allows you to research various cities and historical weather for that particular day. Not sure about the credentials part of it as I am unaware of what is being asked.
Additional site to inquire with:
Other links to inquire with:
Hi Michael, I really appreciate you trying, but none of the links you offered provide the search feature I asked for in my question.
Do you want to try passing this to a different expert?
Let me then opt-out for another expert to assist.
While another expert comes online to assist, here is another site that allows searching as reported on their website: "Weather data is available in 1 hourly, 3 hourly, 6 hourly, 12 hourly (day/night) and 24 hourly intervals, with weather easily accessible on a date by date basis."
Hello, is there any researcher out there who can find this?
Please open this asap to a different expert, because you did not read the question. Thanks.
http://openweathermap.org/history will allow API queries.
That is the link I provided in the question. It is not free, nor does it provide averages.