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Website Weather Services

Weather warehouse

We have developed a system to give small to medium sized Internet providers a quick and simple method of putting information on their site. Products available include:

  • Satellite images and scripts
  • Lightning images
  • Radar images
  • Forecasts for either 1 or 4 days
  • Current conditions
  • Warnings
  • Sunrise/Sunset Times
  • Tide information
  • Marine forecasts

These products can be included into your page and customised to suit the design of your site with a few simple lines of HTML.

Below is a sample of a one day forecast.

Please contact us for further information.

Custom services

The Weather Company can provide weather packages to suit any site from the most basic to specialist industry portals.

Key industries we create custom services for are, Agriculture, Energy, Construction, Media, Marine and Government. Some examples of our custom Internet services include:

  • 7 day detailed forecasts
  • Current conditions
  • Weather extremes
  • Warnings
  • Long range forecasts
  • Satellite maps
  • Synoptic maps
  • Radar and Lightning maps
  • Fire danger maps
  • Sea surface temperatures
  • Dam levels
  • Air quality
  • Computer models
  • Marine weather
  • Surf forecasts and cams
  • Snow forecasts and cams

Please contact us for further information.

Display Your Local Weather

Weather News

Farmers, scientists call for bipartisan leadership to help agriculture adjust to climate change

07:44 EST

Farmers and agricultural scientists say they're disappointed that neither major party has outlined a clear strategy for agricultural climate change adaptation in the 2016 election campaign.

Tasmania floods: Recovery money targets farmers, small businesses

15:34 EST

Interest-free loans for up to two years are among extra flood assistance detailed for Tasmanian farmers and businesses.

Lorinna residents still relying on barge after floods cut road access

12:58 EST

Almost three weeks after the devastating floods in north-west Tasmania, there is still no road access for the small community of Lorinna.