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Free Weather Feeds

Weatherzone offers a range of free weather products that you can easily incorporate into your website. Add some useful local information to your site with our free weather feeds.

Free local weather page

free local weather page

Our comprehensive free local weather page can be customised to your site look.It includes a four day forecast, detailed current conditions and a weather almanac for the nearest available locations to your chosen locality.

Click here for instructions on how to install and configure the free local weather page.

Free weather search box

Our unique Weatherzone search box is freely available for you to include on your site.

Click here for instructions on how to install the free weather search box.

Free weather buttons

current weather
weather forecast

By simply inserting a script into your web page you can have these automatically updating current or forecast weather buttons on your web page. The buttons are easily configured to the location of your choice.

Click here for instructions on how to install and configure the free current and forecast weather buttons.

Free RSS feeds

free RSS feeds

The Weatherzone RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is an XML-based format for content distribution and a great way to put easily customisable weather information on your website.

Click here for more details.

Display Your Local Weather

Weather News

Skyrocketing beanies caused by winter

15:00 EST

We're now past the shortest day of the year and well into winter, so just how wintry is it in southeastern Australia? A weak cold front has just clipped Victoria and southeastern New South Wales, bringing with it frequent showers and fresh winds.

Either humid or calm - tricky month for drying clothes

12:39 EST

So far this winter much of southeastern Australian has either been too humid or too calm for the washing to dry as fast as it would normally at this time of year.

SA Power Networks paid $18.5m in compensation for December blackout

08:39 EST

A new report shows SA Power Networks paid more than $18.5 million to households that lost power in The figure was included in two reports released by the Essential Services Commission of SA (ESCOSA) into the December storm, and the .