XML Data Feed will seas to exist on Ocotber 31st 2011, and will be replaced by The Weather Channel® API  that will require commercial subscription. So, it's time to say goodbay to .NET client. Below part of the official statement from

The® XML Data Feed will terminate at midnight Eastern time on October 31, 2011

Kudos to gtwilliams3 for letting me know about this change.

Cheers, Max Mulawa

Project description .NET client abstracts interaction with free service ( providing weather conditions data. .NET client enables retrieving weather conditions for today or weather forecast for up to 4 days in advance.

Target Framework: .NET 2.0 and above.
Powered by: Maksymilian Mulawa

All the details can be found under Documentation tab.

It's simple

It's really easy to get weather conditions for today, sample code can be found below. Check Getting started section before diving into How to's,.

WeatherClient client = new WeatherClient("[Partner Id here]", "[License Key here]");
List<Location> locations = client.GetLocation("Warsaw,Poland");
Location location = locations[0];
CurrentWeatherInfo conditions = client.GetCurrentConditions(location);


  • Search for location from US or outside US
  • Retrieve weather conditions for today in given location
  • Retrieve weather forecast for up to 4 days in advance.
  • Retrieve raw XML from service and use sample XSLT transformations (see Downloads) to transform results to HTML


  • Submit questions in the "Discussions" section.
  • submit bugs and feature request in the "Issue Tracker" section.


New BSD License (BSD)

Feedback appreciated.

Last edited Oct 14, 2011 at 9:06 PM by mulawam, version 16