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Met Office Forecast - to display on yourwebsite

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Paul C
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Met Office Forecast - to display on yourwebsite

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Apologies, its strictly not Cumulus MX but since my switch to MX I have found the forum very helpful

For years I had a Met Office Widget on my website giving me a local forecast. Sadly this widget now longer works. I have looked into an alternative but I dont really understand API keys and goodness knows what else. Has anyone got a way of showing the forecast from the Met Office on their site, could you share the code please if possible.

I realize there are probabley other providers, but not quite as good as the Met Office ( UK) for me

many thanks
Paul C
Brampton, Cumbria, UK
117m ASL
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