Unfortunately, there is no website that predicts the weather perfectly. Try https://meteoday.com, a more or less correct forecast 3-5 days in advance. For a longer period, the probability of a correct forecast is lower.
Hello. If you allow me to publish the link, I can share my developments. Long-term forecasts are developed for 1 year, that is, for 365 days. Designed primarily for agricultural enterprises and agribusiness, but you can apply for tourism, travel, recreation planning. Weather that looks the same for agronomists and tourism. The forecast is very simple and straightforward. Accuracy should be checked on a case-by-case basis, as the accuracy of weather forecasts is not the same depending on the location. Link to site with announcements of long-term weather forecast services: http://agrotorg.net/companies/c -22237 /
Hello, dear, interested in the accuracy of weather forecasts. I think that there is nothing better than facts. There are various studies on the accuracy of weather forecasts. Quantifiable - not emotional. See, for example, the research site. In short, the conclusions are: the most accurate (on average) weather forecast from the British Met Office - https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/. What does "average" mean? And the fact that for some places the forecast from another weather service may be more accurate. Or the fact that in some place the Met Office is ahead of others in the forecast by 1-3 days and 5 days, and is slightly behind by 4 days. But in terms of the totality of forecasts, this service has no equal.
Now about the achievable accuracy. Again, I will refer to the above studies: the forecast for a period of more than 10-12 days does not differ in accuracy from the forecast based on long-term observations. Even the Met Office limits its forecast to five days: reputation is more valuable than advertising. But there are also "leaders": the Accuweather mentioned in the comments gives a forecast for as much as 90 days. Apparently, he is guided by opposite motives.
Unfortunately, the Russian Gismeteo lags significantly behind foreign analogues. And this follows from the same studies mentioned for the third time. And the Russian experts themselves admit this. Other Russian services can give better predictions, for example, https://rp5.ru/. But we must bear in mind that they are using foreign sources. So, rp5 uses Met Office data. However, like their colleagues from the BBC.
I am here looking at the weather for 5 days, all cities of Russia - http://meteolive.ru/
the most important thing for me is that the weather is displayed hourly and only for 5 days, because I I do not believe in these long-term GYGAN pseudo-forecasts for 2 weeks or even funnier for a month, here is the popular choice for 5 days and period - http://meteolive.ru/
The hydrometeorological center tries to give all forecasts objectively. We have a lot of interesting information on our site and advanced users can use it when planning their activities. There is a radar data map that shows how the process has developed over the past three hours, there is also data from direction finders. This can be used as auxiliary information for the forecast. The new site has a short-term forecast for the movement of precipitation zones, respectively, where there is heavy precipitation, there is an increased likelihood of squalls and thunderstorms. This is a detailed forecast that will help you orient yourself better.
All emergency warnings are posted on our website, they are sent to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, and the Ministry of Emergency Situations already predicts the consequences that may be caused by dangerous or unfavorable weather, they are also sending messages to operators.
Yesterday, on the eve of the "Old Testament flood", which is promised on June 30, 2017, and the fact that all the latest storm predictions ended in failure, and real storms flew unexpectedly, I finally decided to figure it out.
My friends hikers definitely recommend the site rp5.ru. If you are in Moscow, you can choose by district, watch by the hour when it starts to rain and other weather phenomena. It looks like this:
Here you can watch the lightning map, the screen flashes when lightning strikes somewhere. I live in the north of Moscow, here you can see that if I want to leave the house, then I should hurry up, but it is better to stay at home already:
But I mostly watch the weather on my phone (IOS). The TheWeatherChannel app is especially good for viewing the weather in the USA, it also works for Russia, but worse, fewer functions. I also like TheWeatherLive, where you can choose the temperature according to the forecast or according to the measurements of the phone itself. And a lot of useful information is immediately displayed on the screen:
What resource gives the most truthful information about the weather?
The exact forecast is given by the Belarusian resource meteoinfo.by, they have 44 countries and 1073 cities in their database. For clarification, you can look here https://rainviewer.com/ru/weather-radar-online.html this is an online radar map of precipitation - you can immediately see what to expect in the coming hours ;-)
Eh, where is the Czech Republic, and where are we! .. :)
In general, in my experience Yandex never lies. Now there is weather in the districts of Moscow, which is also very cool. I don't really trust Gismeteo and the built-in widget in the iPhone. The first service failed more than once, and the second one is somehow very far from our latitudes, as if) perhaps this is already a subjective perception))
I like Gismeteo. According to my humble observations, he gives the most accurate forecast. There is also a forecast by the hour and there is a "sensation" column, which allows you to determine exactly what to wear :)
I like this site:
windguru.czNo one gives good forecasts for a long time, but a good one for short ones. It even predicts rain by the hour, for example.
In the Czech Republic, it is believed that the most accurate weather forecasts are given in Norway. The concept of "Norwegian forecast" has even come into use. They say that the statistics of the success of the forecasts are unequivocally in their favor. Here is the link http://www.yr.no/place/Russia/
I will share my experience. By the type of activity (yachting, sea, fishing), a professional weather forecast is the first thing I watch the Internet in the morning (and also in the evening). First, I look at global weather resources, of which there are many, but I choose the "coolest" ones that value their reputation and do not spare money to obtain the most accurate weather information, for example, global Weather.com, our Russian Gismeteo.ru,
Czech (don't be surprised!) yachting resource WindGuru.com,
The National Weather Service / NOAA fake and very good American,
a solid, reliable British BBC Weather site, one of the world leaders in weather Japanese resource AccuWeather.com
I definitely look after the global picture local resources - for me these are the sites of the meteorological services of Thailand and Vietnam, tk. in Cambodia (where I work now) the meteorological service is young and very weak.
Then I compare the two forecasts (sometimes more) and draw conclusions. If there are no large discrepancies between the forecasts, this is a good sign and a sign of confidence in the forecast, although it is generally accepted that meteorologists (weather forecasters), like fortune-tellers, cannot be trusted. This has its own reason, so try to delve into this world of forecasts, learn to read weather maps, forecast the weather. It's interesting and useful if you need it for work. Well, like a hobby. Become a weather guru in your company or family at least :)
Depending on the area where you live or plan to travel, I recommend:
if this is an area near the sea-ocean, a large lake, a reservoir, then it is better to look at sea (water) weather sites, yacht sites, port sites
if there is no sea, but the airport is not far - look for the weather at your airport, for example, on flightstats.com (for professional forecasts, the requirements are higher and demand is stricter)
local sites of hunters and fishermen, geologists, even mushroom pickers give forecasts in great detail :) (try to find such resources in your region)
if available, see the websites of the ministries of defense, the Navy (for example, the Thai Navy provides good and understandable weather data at sea and on the coast;
The US Coast Guard is one of the authorities for hydrometeorological forecasts)
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Here, in short. If I knew your city (region, country) could answer more precisely.
Thank you for your attention.