MetDesk was founded in order to meet the exacting demands for highly accurate, reliable and customer focussed weather services from the business community.
With decades of relevant experience in a wide range of mission critical weather markets we are committed to working in partnership with our customers in order to ensure they each benefit from the very best service levels and products available today.
We offer unrivalled experience of the specialised global markets with particular emphasis on application-specific forecast services, such as:
Site specific temperature and condition forecasts for the transportation community supported by our hugely experienced team of meteorologists 24/7
The fastest, most flexible and reliable data services for energy traders
Specialist asset specific forecasts updated in real time
A fresh and innovative approach towards visualisation
Long range and seasonal forecasts
Comprehensive data and graphics packages for online and mobile services
The MetDesk service is unique in offering:
Our own dedicated industry and location specific forecast models
Direct access to our 24/7 team of highly experienced meteorologists
The most powerful and flexible forecast systems
Ongoing innovation in weather critical markets
Offices around Europe
Commitment to work with each of our customers in order to deliver ongoing service improvement and product development initiatives
Cloud cover can really make a difference to minimum temperatures, as seen here from last night - clear skies in the west compared to cloudy skies in the east!
Northern Ireland also saw its coldest September night on record at Katesbridge, County Down, with -3.7C. 🥶 pic.twitter.com/kop2qnkBpx
Look at the temperature anomalies over the coming days between western and eastern #Europe!
Thanks to low pressure stirring things up, places in the west may fall 10C below the average, with Scandinavia and the east seeing temperatures rising 10C above! pic.twitter.com/iVeXYJzRCe
Spells of sunshine for many parts of the #UK today, whilst the East of England saw #wet and #windy conditions due to low pressure over the North Sea.
Wind #gusts of 67mph were recorded this afternoon on the coast at Weybourne, #Norfolk. A windy day indeed!🍃🍃🍃 pic.twitter.com/vtURwdT6SA