This afternoon: Partly cloudy. High 14. Wind north-northwest around 10 mph, gusting to 19 mph.
Your Resource For Weather, On The Isle of Wight

Weather Model Run's

Each model run is taken from our in house Atmospheric Forecast Model here at the Weather Centre. 


Local Weather Forecast Office (LWFO)

Your resource for weather, on the Isle of Wight.

What makes our accurate forecasts possible?

New ways of collecting, measuring and interpreting data have helped us to correctly forecast the Island’s complicated weather patterns in 2019. 

Increased observational coverage of the atmosphere over the ocean to the south and west of the Island has improved by increasing the quality and quantity of observations from ships, aircraft, buoys, radar and satellites. Developments in our science over many years, investment in our new supercomputer and continually refining our computer models used in forecasting further increase the accuracy and reliability of our forecasts.

In summary, advances in science, technology, communication and platforms, and working with partners all contribute to being able to make forecasts that were previously impossible.

Last updated: 18 October 2019

Without our warnings, the threat to public safety and damage to the Island’s economy and infrastructure could have been a lot worse after the Summer of 2018


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