Weather Forecasts and Warnings

Weather Forecasts and Warnings

WMO World Weather Information Service
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The WMO World Weather Information Service, hosted by the The Hong Kong Observatory, provides official weather observations, weather forecasts and climatological information from the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services of WMO Members for an ever-increasing number of cities. 

World Weather Information SystemWorld Weather Information Service

Dynamic site for city and country forecast

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Tropical cyclones and severe weather forecastsSevere Weather Information Centre

Tropical cyclones and severe weather forecasts

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Gale warningsSevere Weather Information Centre

Gales and high winds

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MyWorldWeatherAppMyWorldWeather App

This application for Android and Apple is a mobile version of the World Weather Information Service (WWIS) equipped with location-based technology to automatically provide users with the official weather forecasts: 

Mobile apps

iPhone - Android

Data Collection or Production Centre for the World Weather Information Service

Data Collection or Production Centre for the World Weather Information Service

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Europe

MeteoAlarmMeteoAlarm

Alerting Europe for extreme weather.

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Sand and Dust Storm Warnings

The WMO Sand and Dust Storm Project was initiated in 2004 and its Sand and Dust Storm Warning Advisory and Assessment System (SDS-WAS) was launched by the Fifteenth World Meteorological Congress in 2007. 

Related Information

Weather

Weather forecasts require observations of our environment around the clock and around the world. The bulk of those observations are carried out by National Meteorological Services as part of the WMO World Weather Watch, which networks the observing stations to national, regional and global weather and climate prediction centres 24 hours a day in real-time.