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Advertise with one of the world's leading authorities on weather and climate science.

One of the world's foremost weather and climate service providers, we have the largest reach in the weather market for advertisers across both our website and mobile applications.

Website reach

On average per month:

  • 6.6 million unique visits
  • 70 million page impressions
  • 21 million visits per month
  • 5,000 UK forecasts for geo-targeting opportunities

In peak times of severe weather such as January 2013:

  • 40 million unique visits
  • 150+ million page impressions

Mobile application reach

The Met Office provides a free weather application across the core mobile platforms in the UK.

  • 36.2 million sessions per month for iPhone and Android App.
  • More than 6.3 million iPhone application downloads.
  • Over 3.5 million downloads on Android (including Kindle).
  • 320 x 50 Mobile Banner

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Website sponsorship

We are offering you the opportunity to sponsor the following sections of our website:

Run-of-site advertising is available through leaderboards and MPUs. 

Targeting and campaign management

The Met Office uses DoubleClick for Publishers (Google DFP) as its ad server.

In addition to standard targeting options we can deliver:

  • thermal-activated campaigns - run ads according to temperature;
  • other weather-related targeting (rainfall/atmospheric pressure);
  • by forecast request - UK towns/cities, international resorts etc.

More information

To find out more about the different advertising and sponsorship options see the  Met Office Digital Media Pack 2015 Met Office Digital Media Pack (PDF, 5 MB)


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Behavioural targeting

You may have noticed advertisements occasionally appear to 'follow' you when browsing across different websites. This is known as behavioural targeting; to opt out of Google behavioural targeting please see instructions at

Last updated: 21 August 2015