Weather Brief - Speak to a Meteorologist
Weatherbrief is a premium telephone service that anybody can call to speak to a professional meteorologist. If you need accurate and timely weather advice, you can call 190 222 9569 (calls are charged at $5.50 per minute inc. GST, Higher rates apply from payphones and mobiles, Service Provider: IDS) and ask a meteorologist any weather related questions, receiving weather information in a level of detail not available in standard forecasts.
Builders & Construction Workers
If you are undertaking a renovation or construction project, the weather plays a critical role in a lot of your decision making. Concerete pouring, roof replacements, crane work and excavations all require an accurate forecast, often with advance notice. Weatherbrief provides you with an easy and efficient way to plan ahead.
Knowing the right time to sow your seeds or spray your crops is now easy, call Weatherbrief and have a meteorologist give you an accurate rain or wind forecast.
Photographers & Filmographers
As a photographer, your business is dependent on what the weather is doing. The difference between cloud or sunshine, rain or snow can make or break that crucial shot. Weatherbrief can help you save money by providing weather forecasts that allow you to determine whether a production or shoot should go ahead or be postponed to a better time.
Planning that weekend getaway to the snow? Upcoming fishing trip? Make sure you head out on the right day at the right time. Call Weatherbrief now!
Sporting and event management is highly dependent on the weather. Out on the water, sailors seeking a competitive edge can get in touch with a Weatherbrief meteorologist before a race. On the ground, be informed and avoid "washouts", by speaking to a Weatherbrief meteorologist before the event.
Tropical Cyclone Debbie is just hours from reaching the north Queensland coast.
More than 25,000 people need to move from low-lying areas in Mackay by midnight, with fears incoming Tropical Cyclone Debbie could cause inundation of up to 2.5 metres above the high tide level.
Tropical cyclones have long posed a serious threat to Queensland coastal communities, but after almost every disaster there have been lessons learnt to help people better prepare.