Everyone needs a personal Weatherguard

Delivering customised weather data and alerting directly to your team, across any device

Weatherzone Business has developed the Weatherguard app, designed specifically to deliver crucial intelligence to individuals across your business.

Whether out in the field, on-site or nationwide, your staff have access, via their device, to real-time alerting and local weather data to support their efficiency and safety.

Whatever the size of your enterprise, farm, business or company, when it comes to severe weather, it’s important that everyone is immediately aware of their personal situation and risk.

Weatherguard gives you and your staff a visual understanding of incoming weather systems, with GIS mapping and radar. Personal push notifications give users real-time severe weather and lightning alerts, based on their phone’s GPS position. Real-time alerting works to keep staff safe and enables operational decisions to be made quickly.

Field and site crews can see the full picture and understand the spread and magnitude of risk to people and assets, providing enhanced synergy between crews and the control room.

Weatherguard delivers complete situational awareness, enhancing critical decision making. Reduce health, safety and environmental impacts associated with weather threat, and improve efficiency across your operations.

Powering smarter weather decisions

With complete visibility of incoming severe weather and real-time alerting, you can improve not only your business’ response and efficiency, but your preparation for future risk.

Weatherzone Business’ experience and intelligence gives you a clear path through complex situations. Let us assist you, offering you timely, actionable insight, when extreme weather threatens.

Business Wide Intelligence

On-site or out in the field, your team have access to personal alerting and weather data, so critical information is delivered quickly, exactly where it’s needed.

Customisable Alerts

Customise your severe weather and lightning alerts to your existing safety thresholds to avoid costly, unnecessary shutdowns and enhance safety procedures.

Cohesive Communication

With your weather data and alerting easily communicated across your entire network, you can be sure your team are able to act quickly and effectively.

You can rely on us

When a severe weather system is heading straight for you, our team of qualified meteorologists dissect the data around the clock to give you actionable solutions.

You don’t need to weather the storms alone. We can help you break down the timeline, so you can approach your preparations in the most practical way, and decide how best to manage the immediate risk.

As global weather becomes more extreme, we are here to offer the insights and analytics to guide your planning, preparation and daily operations. We work tirelessly to deliver weather intelligence and solutions you can trust.

We’re here for you: rain, hail or shine.

Tailored solutions to give you actionable advice, exactly when you need it.

Latest news

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

Winter chill sets in

It’s a chilly one this Friday across the most heavily populated corner of the country, as a thick layer of cloud prevents the sun’s warmth from bumping up temperatures. Take a look at the chart below at midday on Friday, June 14. The first feature of interest is the widespread cloud covering almost all of […]

Massive swell arriving this weekend

A Tasman Low pressure system will whip up large and powerful swell for several days from Saturday, with the potential to impact port operations along the eastern seaboard.   The images below show that a stubborn high-pressure system will cradle the low and keep it over the Tasman Sea between Saturday and Wednesday.    Images (top […]

More rain for WA

Another northwest cloud band has brought significant rain to parts of the southwest during the last 24 hours, with more to come.  The largest totals southwest WA has seen in the 24 hours leading up to 9am on Wednesday, June 12 were;  Maxon Farm recorded 31mm   Lancelin (defence) saw 19.2mm fall  14.8mm fell at […]

Hydropower season has begun

Snow has fallen across the high country of Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and the ACT, with the hydropower season officially beginning. Snowfalls totals were in the light to moderate range depending on the location in the mountains. Perisher ski resort in NSW is calling 25 cm on the ground, with most other resorts reporting […]