Historic weather data

Meteoclimatic.com is a brilliant site which provides real-time data from amateur weather stations across Spain and its various dangly bits. I particularly like the historic feature (hit Estaciones then a province, and you’ll see a calendar below the fold; navigate back in time using the arrows on the right). Compare it with the miserable crap that is the National Meteorological Institute and you’ll see why I’m a fervent neo-liberal. Joan Carles Pallejà, Miquel Tost and whoever the third guy is are hereby collectively declared God for this weekend.

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