A wide range of weather and climate services are available to help you improve your resilience and manage your operations more efficiently.
We can help you improve your service delivery to the community by providing weather and climate forecasts, advice and information. We can also help to develop your resilience, planning and decision making in the short and longer term, ultimately making you and your organisation more efficient, economic and effective.
With higher risk of severe weather and flooding, emergency planning has never been so important. Also with the significance of protecting valuable assets, considering how infrastructure could also be affected by temperature increases and rainfall intensity is essential.
We offer a wide range of services, from warning of imminent severe weather, advising how an airborne disease may spread, training you to understand more about weather impacts, to how you need to adapt to changes in climate that are expected in years to come.
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To help improve your resilience and the effectiveness of public services that protect lives and property.
Hazard and risk management is a web portal providing a one-stop information source for the emergency response community, allowing you to access your services in one location, using a single username and password.
A single source of information, to help England and Wales prepare for, and respond to, flooding.
A service that alerts the public, civil emergency authorities and the MoD in advance of severe weather conditions in order to take action to reduce the impacts, both during and after the event.
To find out who your regional public weather advisor is email us.
CHEMET can be used to track the dispersion of a chemical release.
We work with Natural England and the Countryside Council for Wales to help prepare against fire threat. The index provides an assessment of the current day's fire severity and a forecast of the fire severity over the coming five days.
Free classroom-ready downloadable education resources.
UK Climate Projections 2009 (UKCP09) is a climate analysis tool, funded by Defra, which features the most comprehensive climate projections ever produced. We can help you apply UKCP09 data to your organisation. Find out how.
Read a case study about how we used UKCP09 data to help Dorset County Council Highways team assess the impacts of climate change on their roads.
Dorset County Council Highways team case study (PDF, 452 kB)
Read how we helped the East Midlands Development Agency understand the impact of climate change on the East Midlands economy.
Integrate weather and climate change risks into your planning and risk assessment procedures.
The Met Office College provides a wide range of professional and tailored training programmes. We combine scientific excellence with hands-on experience.
OpenRoad is an online weather forecasting package that can help local authorities minimise the effects of weather on the roads.
Last updated: 25 July 2013