The Met Office provides a wide range of forecasts and warnings to help you make informed decisions about your day to day activities.
Make sure you know what to do when severe weather is forecast
Get detailed flood warning and alerts for areas at risk of flooding across the UK.
Shipping forecast and gale warnings, inshore waters forecast and strong wind warnings, high seas forecast and storm warnings.
The latest rainfall forecast from the Met Office, providing you with hourly updates and a rainfall map showing you where it will rain today.
Stay safe on the mountains
View forecasts for National Parks and Mourne Mountains
Tide Times are available for around 500 UK beaches
Forecasts for key lifestyle and sporting events
A comprehensive range of weather products for those who fly recreationally.
How cloudy will it be in your area? Check our UK cloud cover forecast map to find out.
Weather outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days
How windy will it be today? Check our UK wind map to find out.
Overview of weather across the UK for previous months, seasons and years
Long-term averages, based on standard 30-year periods, which describe the UK climate
Case studies of past severe weather events
National weather records for temperature, rainfall, sunshine and wind
Long running monthly records for a selection of stations
Recent maps of the observing network of weather stations
Summaries of the climate characteristics of 11 regions of the UK
Maps of UK temperature and rainfall anomalies from 1910 to present day
StormTracker provides a mapped picture of tropical cyclones around the globe
A guide to the National Severe Weather Warning Service
As the UK's national meteorological service, the Met Office provides accurate and reliable weather forecasts on TV, radio and online.
A package of UK weather services, which will be delivered to Public Service Broadcasters by media-specialist Met Office forecasters
Forecasters on hand, on the end of a phoneline, 24/7, to give you additional reassurance.
Last updated: 26 March 2014
If you are interested in clouds or thunderstorms, UK climate or weather extremes, this series of factsheets clearly describes and illustrates the processes involved.
How accurate are we and what measures do we use to check the accuracy of forecasts.
An overview of the Met Office, including who we are and where we're based, the work we do around the world and how to get in touch.