IW Meteorological Service offer custom forecasts for businesses, organisations and events across the Isle of Wight. Each forecast is meticulously put together by one of our forecasters using the latest data from multiple computer models, as well as our extensive and unique knowledge of the Island’s weather system.
Our high resolution data can be tailored to meet your individual requirements at a resolution scale of 1km, using a timescale of 12, 6, 3 or 1 hour intervals. We offer both short and long term predictions.
This unique service is extremely flexible with one-off or long term arrangements available. Prices start from just £7.95 for a high detailed, high resolution custom forecast.
New from April 2020 we will also offer Professional Weather station rental as an addition to the services above or as a stand alone service. The benefits of this service are incredible with live tracking of the weather conditions via an app, meaning that you can take full control of your weather sensitive event with 30 second updates on wind direction and strength including strongest gusts, temperature and humidity as well as sunshine strength and rainfall intensity/amount (if required).
Short term rental starts from £35 per day. Long term rental start from just £3 per day! (conditions apply).
⚠️ Alert/Warning Service
Getting an early but accurate heads up on incoming adverse weather, unexpected changes to wind/temperature/rainfall and local anomalies can make all the difference. That is why we offer a 24 hour alert service, delivering the latest weather information in an easy-to-understand format straight to your inbox.
⏳ Historical Forecasts
We now have access to historical data from as far back as 2004. This type of data has many applications including being used as evidence for insurance claims due to severe conditions etc.
If you need to request historic weather data for a specific time and date (2004 to current) then do not hesitate to get in touch.
❔ Why IW Met Service?
We can accurately predict wind speed and strength, local sea breezes as well as large and small scale wind influences including those due to local topography.
Our temperature forecasts have proven to be some of the most accurate and reliable for the Island with local and small scale micro climate influences being successfully calculated as well as large scale temperature variations.
The Island often misses out on localised rainfall events experienced elsewhere in the country, but when they do occur we usually pick up on the potential event many days in advance. Storm surges can prove problematic for the Isle of Wight’s coastal towns and villages and therefore we ensure this is a key consideration in our reports.