Yes, that would have been the smart thing for me to do on the original post. thank you;
It takes an array of weather files, but it appears to be geared to Meteonorm being the only program to produce files that auto fill specific monthly weather data such as daily high/low temperatures and solar radiation from NESW directions as well as global average; It takes .epw and a number of other weather file extensions, but only imports basic data and the more tedious detailed monthly data still needs to be hand filled.
txt files if formatted correctly input the correct data in all blocks and from further research it would seem that .xls files formatted correctly can fill all of the desired information as well; I am on the train of thought that .xls may be the easiest route for creating a template with ladybug being the heart and soul of to generate .xls files to accomplish the task.
I have been using LB/HB to interrogate from .epw and .stat files and have been able to derive all the needed inputs from Ms. Bug and the gang, but the hand filling data is tedious and the more automation possible the lest margin for my error.
So far the following are the only examples of .txt and .xls formats of climate data sets I have found but I am going to keep hunting for more information.
According to the WUFI wiki these .txt and .xls files are outputs from Meteonorm.