New Simulation Weather Data Set for Mexico, Caribbean, Central and South America and Antarctica Available from

1 post / 0 new is pleased to announce the availability of a new
simulation weather data set (TMYx) is now available for locations in
Mexico, Caribbean, Central and South America and Antarctica, derived from
the ISD (US NOAA's Integrated Surface Database) with hourly data through
2017. TMYxs for more than 950 locations in the Americas are available.
There may be two TMYxs for a location, e.g.,
MEX_MEX_Cuidad.Mexico-Juarez.Intl.AP.766793_TMYx, and
MEX_MEX_Cuidad.Mexico-Juarez.Intl.AP.766793_TMYx.2003-2017. In these cases,
there's a TMY for the entire period of record and a second TMY for the most
recent 15 years (2003-2017). Not all locations have recent data.

With the addition of these data for the Americas,
now provides free data for more than 4,000 locations worldwide. All data
have been through extensive quality checking to identify and correct data
errors and out of normal range values where appropriate.

Each weather location .zip contains: EPW (EnergyPlus weather format), CLM
(ESP-r weather format), and WEA (Daysim weather format) along with DDY
(ASHRAE design conditions in EnergyPlus format), RAIN (hourly precipitation
in mm, where available), and STAT (expanded EnergyPlus weather statistics).

For more information or to download any of the weather data (no cost), go

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