Use these links to find weather and climate information on other sites. Also included below are useful links for sailors, pilots and mountaineers.
The Met Office makes its public data available freely through something called DataPoint
Recent observations from UK sites, and recent radar and satellite imagery. From the UK's national meteorological service.
Latest observations of weather in the UK from the American National Weather Service database.
World city weather observations, (climate data and forecasts) from national meteorological organisations.
From the USA's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Climatological Observers Link was founded in 1970 by a small group of amateur meteorologists and is the enthusiasts' weather observer network for the United Kingdom.
European organisation for the exploitation of meteorological satellites.
University of Wisconsin-Madison information from GOES (North and South America), Meteosat (Europe and Africa), GMS (Asia and Australia), MODIS (Continental US).
Latest observations of weather in the UK from the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites.
Forecasts from the National Meteorological Service of the UK, providing public weather service information for the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
A collection of weather and climate observations, forecasts and features.
A list of the Private Sector Weather Providers who are Corporate Members of the Society.
World city weather observations, (climate data and forecasts) from national meteorological organisations
Tropical storm forecasts for the world from the USA National Weather Center.
Forecasts for UK shipping areas and inshore waters.
Marine forecast for French waters from the national meteorological service of France
Forecasts for UK general aviation.
Publicly available mountain area forecasts for the UK
Fourth Assessment Report published in 2007
The Met Office Hadley Centre is the UK’s official centre for climate prediction and research.
The UK's Centre for National Climatological Information and Statistics.
The Climatic Research Unit is widely recognised as one of the world's leading institutions concerned with the study of natural and anthropogenic climate change.
Bringing together scientists, economists, engineers and social scientists to develop sustainable responses to climate change through trans-disciplinary research.
Draws together a number of internationally renowned climate system research groups and centres with expertise across climate system science.
Brings together climate, physical and life scientists, engineers and medics to make real scientific breakthroughs on the impacts of climate change and its mitigation.
The Society's International Weather Observing Project.
Offer forums to share experiences, expectations, and new ideas for applying emerging technologies and strategies in meteorology education and training.
The COMET ® Program supports, enhances, and stimulates learning about atmospheric and related sciences.
An online resource of video interviews about people's working lives, including an interview with a meteorologist