November 11, 2019 By George Desrochers < 1 min read

Effective immediately, we are announcing the retirement of our Weather Company Data for IBM Cloud service and will no longer accept new account registrations through the IBM Cloud Catalog.

The decision to change the Weather Company Data for IBM Cloud offerings is aligned to our commitment to provide outstanding weather service and support by tapping into the robustness of the cloud-based data package offerings from The Weather Company, an IBM business.

Existing Weather Company Data for IBM Cloud accounts will continue to be available through November 15, 2020. To avoid any disruption to your business, we encourage you to take a closer look at the replacement API services available from the portfolio of best-in-class enterprise-grade weather API packages from The Weather Company.

Please feel free to contact us about migrating to The Weather Company Data Package API offerings so we can help you determine the best solution for your company and how we can support you.

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