The AEMET weather platform uses AEMET OpenData as a source for current meteorological data for your location. AEMET stands for “Agencia Estatal de Meteorología”, which is the Spanish Meteorological Agency.
There is currently support for the following device types within Home Assistant:
You need an API key, which is free but requires a registration. The AEMET OpenData service is completely free but is limited to the Spanish territory.
To add AEMET OpenData integration go to Configuration >> Integrations and find the integration in the list.
The integration creates one weather entity per forecast mode and also sensors for all available conditions. There are two forecast modes,
daily for daily forecast up to 6 days or
hourly for an hourly forecast up to 3 days.
For each condition, the following sensors are created:
|condition||Current weather condition code.|
|pressure||Sea-level air pressure in millibars.|
|rain_probability||Probability of rain.|
|snow_probability||Probability of snow.|
|station_id||Closest AEMET station ID.|
|station_name||Closest AEMET station name.|
|station_timestamp||Timestamp of AEMET station data.|
|storm_probability||Probability of storm.|
|town_id||Closest AEMET town ID.|
|town_name||Closest AEMET town name.|
|town_timestamp||Timestamp of AEMET town data.|
|wind_max_speed||Max Wind speed.|
Details about the API are available in the AEMET OpenData documentation.
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