A combination of multiple data sources, skilled meteorologists, ground-breaking research and state-of-the-art technology enable us to provide the most accurate and up-to-date weather forecasts and sophisticated solutions in the market. We continue to improve our forecasting techniques, monitor output quality and calibrate our systems to maintain our market-leading position.

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Latest MeteoGroup news

Oxfordshire’s Winter Road Management successfully transferred to MeteoGroup

Oxfordshire County Council is responsible for gritting the main roads across Oxfordshire and Paul Wilson, Group Manager Area Operations, is responsible for coordination and delivery of the Winter and Adverse Weather Service in Oxfordshire, both in terms of operational delivery and customer service delivery.  He explains how the decision was made to hire MeteoGroup for the winter weather forecasts.

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MeteoGroup presents WeatherSuite at the International Weather and Climate Forum in Paris

MeteoGroup is updating weather presenters from all over the world on the 'Future of Weather Presenting’ at the International Weather and Climate Forum in Paris.

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Our events

Energy Weather Seminars

In this one day weather seminar one of our experienced meteorologists explains the mechanisms of weather formation.

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SIRWEC Conference 2018

This year the 19th International Road Weather Conference SIRWEC 2018 takes place in Slovakia, on 29/05-01/06/2018. It’s a major four day event about meteorology, special forecasts, application tools and equipment for road network maintenance. MeteoGroup will present at the conference.

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What our customers say

Bixia chose MeteoGroup as they have a proven track record of delivering high quality forecasts, at a reasonable cost. We're confident that with their help we will be able to lower our costs.

Morgan Andersson Energy Trader, Bixia

MeteoGroup is the first place to go if the weather can impact your business. Keep up the great work and thank you to the staff.

Simon Cardy Senior Meteorologist, SSE

Knowledge

Operational WRF wind farm power forecasting

As the number of wind farms increase, so does the demand for accurate forecasting techniques. Here we evaluate the use of WRF to produce operational two-day forecasts. 

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Wind jump in extra-tropical cyclones

Extreme winds are influenced by ageostrophic effects, but which effect is responsible for the "wind jump"?

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The impact of mesoscale modelling on offshore operational planning

A study improving the accuracy of wave height forecasts using high resolution winds

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Estimating global radiation with a semi-statistical approach

Using MeteoSat spectral channels and ground station measurements to estimate global radiation

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