You can find the total column ozone amount*
over your house (or anywhere else you want) for most dates between
November 1978 and December 1994 and from August 1996 to today.
Just enter the latitude and longitude you want the ozone for
and an instrument that was measuring ozone at that time.
*This value is the total column ozone amount, NOT
the amount of ozone that causes smog (and that you hear about from
your local weatherman). The TOMS and OMI measurements are not
sensitive enough to measure changes in the amount of ozone so close to
**Due to the extreme viewing conditions encountered
when the orbit of Meteor-3 drifts near the terminator, only level
3 data taken when the sunlit portion of the orbit is between
9 AM and 3 PM for the first data year and between 8 AM and 4
PM for the remaining two data years are available for access
here. Therefore, you can not obtain ozone values for all of the
days between May, 1993 and December, 1994. The stricter time
constraint for the first data year is due to problems associated
with the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.