We, the Great British Public, love weather.
Weather excites, nourishes, inspires, and thwarts us.
Which is why we want to be informed; we have a great desire to know what is really going on.
Why is this weather truth so hard to come by?
Why are we so confused?
There are a number of reasons:
Meteoric Weather is here to change all of that.
There is a preponderance of automated websites and apps these days. All very fancy;
• Pretty colours, symbols, and tables, and lots of them
• Enter your location (anywhere in the world, mind you)
• All sorts of parameters (sadly it seems, increasingly just invented, and not real physical phenomenon)
• Accompanied by long-winded techno-baffle explanations as to why their particular data is state of the art
• Minute by minute symbols and numbers for your location for the rest of today, hour by hour for all of next week (hold on?), week 2 (huh?), some even go 6 weeks ahead: FANTASTIC!
What I suspect you will not see is;
• Update time
• Data source (it’ll probably be one of the lower quality free models)
• Accuracy stats against high quality forecasts
• Explanations as to the point at which forecast skill drops to zero
• Admissions that minute by minute forecasts for your location today, and hour by hour forecasts for next week, or day by day forecasts beyond week 2 are UTTER NONSENSE.
Meteoric Weather is different.
There is no automation here. The information provided is hand crafted by a professional forecaster with 25 years’ experience. You will receive the highest quality information normally restricted to the most sophisticated of weather data users (do you think energy traders take their data from free websites? No. Their very existence relies on the best possible data being available to them at all times).
In addition to quality forecasts, I will bring honesty. I will demystify the world of weather, which even in the 21st century, is often portrayed as some kind of dark art. I will reveal where forecasts come from, what their limitations are, and instead of dealing in deception, I will be upfront about what is unknowable.