MetStat® offers a variety of solutions to clients with complex meteorological, hydro-meteorological and climatological situations.

MetStat® provides hydro-meteorology consulting and can provide custom meteorological/climatological studies and statistical analyses including:

  • Frequency Analysis
    • Weather (rain, snow, wind, etc.) frequency (e.g., 100-year 6-hour) analysis using a regional L-moment approach
  • Climate MappingGeographical Information System (GIS) services
    • Spatial interpolation of meteorological and climatological variables using cost effective derivation procedures
    • Spatial climate mapping (e.g., 1000mb 100-year 12-hour average dew point temperature)
    • Agroclimatology information, studies and maps
  • Precipitation Analysis – comprehensive storm analyses using Storm Precipitation Analysis System (SPAS)
    • Reconstruction/validation of weather events
    • Depth-area duration (DAD) analyses
    • Site specific precipitation studies for hydrologic model calibration and verification
    • High spatial and temporal resolution gridded precipitation
    • Site-specific probable maximum precipitation (PMP) studies in collaboration with Applied Weather Associates, LLC
  • MetStorm™ new– A rapid and detailed storm precipitation analytics report.  MetStorm™ generates a unique set of storm precipitation analytics, including
    • A depth-area-duration (DAD) table and plot
    • Average recurrence interval map
    • Mass curve table/plot
    • A free subset of storm analytics are posted in our Blog for significant storms, while more in-depth analytics and data are available upon request.
  • Real-time Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPE)
    • Unlike any other radar-based precipitation product, MetStat® QPE data achieves improved accuracy by leveraging quality controlled precipitation data, DualPol radar, satellite-estimated precipitation and climatologically-aided algorithms.
  • Extreme Precipitation Index Analysis
    • The EPI provides an indication of the severity of an event using average recurrence intervals.
  • Extreme Precipitation Index Forecasts
    • Forecasts of high-impact precipitation events
  • Real-time Rain Gauge Acquisition and Quality Control
    • Precipitation assessment and quality control
    • Storm database creation