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High-Resolution Numerical Weather Prediction Modelling

Providing customised, comprehensive weather data and decision-making tools for your business

Does volatile weather challenge your business predictions, production or output?

The combined power of Weatherzone Business’ Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) modelling and trusted delivery system OpticastTM, give you the intelligence to optimally navigate the impacts of weather on your operations.

Weatherzone’s atmospheric modelling team configure, run and deploy high-resolution atmospheric and wave models, worldwide. Wherever you are, we have you covered.

We use the Weather Research and Forecast System (WRF), developed by collaborating agencies including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Centers for Environmental Protection.

It is a flexible, state-of-the art atmospheric simulation system that intelligently adapts to site-specific inputs, and constantly evolves to meet changing meteorological requirements.

Combined with critical inputs from our team of meteorologists, and delivered through our independently proven Opticast system, you receive an unprecedented level of service for all your weather solution needs, specific to any location you require.

Hyper-local weather intelligence allows you to plan your operations in advance. Avoid unnecessary shutdowns, make informed critical decisions and adjust your procedures in the face of severe weather. 

Conditions can be unpredictable but, with our systems and data behind you, you can respond confidently and quickly.

Powering smarter weather decisions

Whether you require severe weather alerting, rapid-update forecasting, solar actuals and power generation forecasts, blast dispersion modelling, in-depth consultancy, easily deployed weather stations or any other high-precision meteorological service, we offer a reliable, bespoke solution. Let us give you the tools to make smarter weather decisions.

We are there for you: rain, hail or shine.

We don’t do status quo

We thrive on challenge, next-generation science and customised service and are dedicated to helping you stay ahead of the game.

Your weather needs are as individual as your business, and we collaborate with you to bring ease to your every day. Our teams of meteorologists and data scientists are there, every step of the way, to help you navigate your weather challenges. Our aim is to make your critical decisions easier, whilst utilising your customisable weather intelligence to help maximise your profits and productivity.

Take a load offlet us crunch the numbers and serve it up in an easy-to-navigate package, so that you can concentrate on more pressing tasks. 

The brightest minds to help light the way.

Latest news

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

Increasing signs a positive IOD could develop this winter

There are increasing signs that a positive Indian Ocean Dipole could develop this winter, increasing the chance of abnormally dry and warm weather in some parts of Australia over the coming months.  What is the Indian Ocean Dipole?   The Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) is an index that measures the difference between sea surface temperatures […]

A great week for solar

Much of Australia will not see a drop of rainfall this week, with clear skies expected to increase solar output. The satellite image below shows much of Australia basking in Autumnal sunshine on Monday morning.  Image: Himawari-9 satellite image at 12:20pm AEST on Monday, May 20  The relatively dry week comes as a stubborn high-pressure […]

Subzero temps spread to Qld, NT

It was a chilly one overnight in southeastern Australia as you’d expect in the cold dry air in the wake of a cold front, but freezing temps were also recorded in our two northernmost states. Alice Springs recorded an overnight low of –0.3°C, the first subzero night of the year in the Northern Territory. For […]

Fog blankets Sydney halting ferries

Thick fog crept across Sydney on Friday morning, halting ferry services across the harbour for several hours.  The fog formed in pockets of Sydney’s west around 4am and funnelled into Sydney’s east via the Paramatta river early Friday morning.  The fog that Sydney’s east experienced this morning is called advection fog, where light northwesterly winds […]