We have a range of methods which people can use to access our forecasts, including our website, mobile applications and widgets. See how these methods are being used.
The Public Weather Service Customer Group (PWSCG) expects us to increase the reach of our forecasts and warnings using these methods. We monitor usage of all our different delivery platforms to understand our reach and to ensure that we are using methods which people are finding useful.
Our website is our main delivery channel. We monitor the number of page impressions on our site each month, this tells us how many pages are viewed on the Met Office website.
The Weather Widget allows website owners to add Met Office weather content into their web pages for their visitors.
13.2 million page impressions on the Weather Widget in January 2014.
The Mountain Weather Widget allows website owners to add Met Office mountain weather content into their web pages for their visitors.
The iPhone app is a dedicated application for iPhone users allowing them to keep up to date with the latest weather wherever they are.
22.7 million *visits on the updated iPhone application during January 2014.
The Android app is a dedicated application for Android users allowing them to keep up to date with the latest weather wherever they are.
8.21 million *visits on the Android application during January 2014
Mobile Weather is designed to be accessible on all web-enabled mobile phones and provides basic weather forecasts, observations and warnings to people on the move.
3.36 million **page views to Mobile Weather during January 2014.
*Visits are the number of separate times that the application is used.
**Page views are the number of separate pages viewed by users.
NB: These will be updated each month.
Last updated: 19 February 2014