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To serve your business needs, boosting your safety and efficiency

Are you protecting your enterprise from increasingly volatile weather risk?

You can’t control the shifting climate, but you can gain precision insights to optimise your response.

Weatherzone Business, a DTN company, has been providing weather intelligence and innovative forecasting systems to Australian businesses since 1998.

We have intuitive solutions that serve industries from aviation, mining and energy right through to marine, and everything in between. Rest assured, if we don’t already have a product to address your business’ weather needs, we will work tirelessly to create one.

With our network of global partners, we provide trusted, industry-leading services that can mitigate weather risk, keep your valuable staff and assets safe, and ensure you are operating at peak efficiency.

Powering smarter weather decisions

Whether you require severe weather alerting, rapid-update forecasting, power generation forecasts, blast dispersion modelling, in-depth consultancy, easily deployed weather stations or any other high-precision meteorological service, we offer a reliable solution.
We are there for you: rain, hail or shine.

Industries we serve

Aviation

Accredited and actionable weather intelligence – delivered direct to air and ground crew – supporting optimal safety and staffing.

Mining

Severe weather alerting, forecasting and EPA-approved blast dispersion modelling, custom-built for mine sites to mitigate risk.

Energy Renewables

Asset monitoring, solar actuals, PR and yield, power generation forecasts; lightning, flood, severe weather and fire alerting for peak safety and efficiency.

Energy Power Networks & Utilities

Real-time monitoring of severe weather and lightning alerting, with the ability to precisely anticipate disruptions and supply demand.

Energy Trading & Risk

Power generation and weather forecasting with updates and granularity down to 5 minutes. Full risk overviews and long-term outlooks to support your predictions and profits.

Marine

Metocean services, data driven precision forecasting and alerting for offshore oil, gas or wind, shipping and port operators – keeping you, your team and assets safe.

Forestry & Emergency

Actionable weather intelligence and precise lightning alerting to enable the speed and accuracy of critical decision making in the field.

Insurance

Historical weather reporting to verify claims.

Media

Engaging and reliable weather content to bring customers back to your media platform day after day.

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Latest news

Satisfy your weather obsession with these news headlines from around the nation, and the world.

At last, some snow for hydropower

Much-needed snowfalls are coming to Australia’s alpine region this weekend, good news for the hydropower industry in Australia. We’ve written several times this week about the strong cold airmass with Antarctic origins which is tracking towards southeastern Australia from this weekend onwards. The airmass will linger for an unusually long period, and will be cold enough […]

Sudden stratospheric warming event underway – here’s what it means for Australian weather

A rare sudden stratospheric warming event is beginning to occur above Antarctica, and it may influence Australia’s weather in the coming weeks. The term sudden stratospheric warming (SSW) refers to an abrupt increase in air temperature high above either of Earth’s polar regions, typically on the magnitude of tens of degrees Celsius in a few […]

Ferocious Tasman Low to hit southeast Australia next week

A major polar outbreak in southeastern Australia next week will produce a powerful low pressure system that is likely to bring severe weather to several states. A large pool of cold air that originated over waters near Antarctica will spread across southeastern Australia from this weekend into next week. This polar air mass will cause […]

Snow likely a long way north of the mountains

One thing we haven’t seen so far this winter in Australia – and which we barely saw through the whole of last winter – is snow in areas beyond the alpine regions of NSW, Victoria and Tasmania. But snow looks highly possible over a period of several days beginning early next week in places like: […]