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  • This  simple animation explains how Met Office data is collected, assimilated and modelled, with collaboration from around the world, to produce world class forecast data.

    Our data

    This simple animation explains how Met Office data is collected, assimilated and modelled, with ...

    Friday 26 August 2016

  • World-leading science and technical expertise available for businesses, researchers and academics. See how Met Office Data can help lower the barriers of entry to the weather market and drive economic prosperity.

    Met Office Data

    World-leading science and technical expertise available for businesses, researchers and academics. See how Met ...

    Monday 23 May 2016

  • A web-based weather alert system for energy asset operators and maintenance contractors

    Met Office VisualEyes

    A web-based weather alert system for energy asset operators and maintenance contractors

    Monday 16 May 2016

  • The latest edition of Barometer Magazine from the Met Office.

    Barometer Magazine

    The latest edition of Barometer Magazine from the Met Office.

    Thursday 3 December 2015

  • This short video describes how the Met Office gets its messages and alerts out to the public.

    Getting the weather message out

    This short video describes how the Met Office gets its messages and alerts out ...

    Thursday 26 November 2015

  • This ITN Productions video shows how Met Office meteorologists are working on-site with the easyJet network at its London Luton Airport headquarters, to help improve operational efficiency and keep passengers moving through all weather conditions.

    Working on-site with easyJet

    This ITN Productions video shows how Met Office meteorologists are working on-site with the ...

    Monday 23 November 2015

  • Illustrating the diverse role of the Met Office and some of the ways weather shapes our daily lives.

    Weather shapes us

    Illustrating the diverse role of the Met Office and some of the ways weather ...

    Wednesday 18 November 2015

  • Useful. Beautiful. Data.
 
The Met Office Informatics Lab is a  team of scientists, coders and designers that is creating new ways of visualising data.

    Informatics Lab

    Useful. Beautiful. Data. The Met Office Informatics Lab is a team of scientists, coders ...

    Monday 21 September 2015

  • Highlights from issue 30 of Barometer including the new Met Office Informatics Lab, working with the British Antarctic Survey, and tackling climate change in Kenya. See the full articles at: www.metoffice.gov.uk/barometer

    Barometer Magazine - Issue 30

    Highlights from issue 30 of Barometer including the new Met Office Informatics Lab, working ...

    Monday 21 September 2015

  • The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is one of the world's leading environmental research centres, responsible for the UK's national scientific activities in Antarctica. See how the Met Office and BAS work together.

    Met Office and the British Antarctic Survey

    The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is one of the world's leading environmental research centres, ...

    Monday 30 November 2015

  • The Met Office is working with partners in the US and the UK, sharing valuable knowledge to develop the UK's space weather forecasting capabilities.

    Forecasting Space Weather

    The Met Office is working with partners in the US and the UK, sharing ...

    Tuesday 15 September 2015

  • Every hour of every day we bring forecasts to you.

    Weather in Your Pocket

    Every hour of every day we bring forecasts to you.

    Monday 30 November 2015

  • Met Office staff got involved in a day-long challenge to try to create a ‘coin river’ trail of coins running from one end of the Exeter HQ building to the other. Thanks to generous contributions and efforts from staff, the river spanned more than twi

    Coin River for WaterAid

    Met Office staff got involved in a day-long challenge to try to create a ...

    Monday 14 September 2015

  • Dr Richard Fox Head of Recording at wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation talks about the effects of climate change and weather on butterflies and takes a tour of the wildflower meadows surrounding Met Office HQ

    Butterfly Conservation

    Dr Richard Fox Head of Recording at wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation talks about the ...

    Monday 14 September 2015

  • Without computers weather forecasting as we know it today would not be possible.

    Supercomputers - Past and Future

    Without computers weather forecasting as we know it today would not be possible.

    Monday 14 September 2015

  • This video, produced by ITN Productions explores how Met Office Meteorologists work on-site at Heathrow, the world’s busiest international Airport, to improve operational planning, reduce operating costs, and maximise efficiency.

    Helping Heathrow

    This video, produced by ITN Productions explores how Met Office Meteorologists work on-site at ...

    Monday 14 September 2015

  • The Met Office is a world leading weather and climate service.

    Working at the Met Office

    The Met Office is a world leading weather and climate service.

    Tuesday 15 September 2015

  • Again Chris Tubbs uses original weather charts for the day of the invasion, Tuesday the 6th of June. He shows how there were brisk, north westerly winds coming across the country. However some shelter from the wind and waves was provided in the Chann

    D-Day Landings - 6th June 1944

    Again Chris Tubbs uses original weather charts for the day of the invasion, Tuesday ...

    Tuesday 8 September 2015

  • An introduction for families and children to the Met Office Weather Observations Website, WOW, wow.metoffice.gov.uk

    How to WOW

    An introduction for families and children to the Met Office Weather Observations Website, WOW, ...

    Tuesday 8 September 2015

  • On 15 October 1987 a storm was brewing in the Bay of Biscay which was set to wreak havoc across southern parts of the UK. It left 18 people dead and caused more than £1 billion of damage, sparking questions as to why there had been no warnings of wha

    The Great Storm - 25 years on

    On 15 October 1987 a storm was brewing in the Bay of Biscay which ...

    Tuesday 8 September 2015