UK wind map

Our UK wind map helps you compare up-to-date wind data from the Met Office with the historic data from the National Objective Analysis of Boundary Layer (NOABL).

The map highlights where the older, NOABL data set is over- or under-estimating wind speed in various regions across the UK, compared with the Met Office NCIC (National Climate Information Centre) UK wind climatology.

Met Office wind map features

  • Uses quality-controlled wind data monitored at all Met Office-approved sites.
  • Has more observation sites over a longer period of time (1971-2000).
  • The data used is for 10 m, 25 m and 45 m above ground level.
  • Can provide comparison reports for specific postcode districts across the UK.
  • UK 1 km gridded data can be provided as a data file.

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Contact us

  1. Complete the form to contact the renewables team for commercial enquiries only. If you are a student, we are able to provide up to six data files of hourly, daily or monthly data free of charge. Please visit http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/forms/education_weather_data_order.html to complete a different form.
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Last updated: 6 March 2013