Each product is meticulously hand crafted one piece at a time, keeping standards high. Every design is handled with digital care, massaged by our virtual masseuse through the development phase to keep it stress free until it’s packaged up and uploaded for all eyes to see and take home to a computer near (or in front of) you. Sorted by newest to oldest, you’ll find the latest and greatest new designs here. That isn’t to say old designs can’t still hold up to the younger templates. Sometimes old templates learn new tricks, so give em’ all a chance.

T48: IntraWx Horizontal

Upon learning how popular the previous IntraWx forecast templates were, I’ve released a new horizontal iteration of an IntraWx template. IntraWx Horizontal, the 48th forecast template MetGraphics has produced, features 32 integrated weather types in a horizontal forecast panel.

Severe Threats III

For forecasters trying to display severe weather threats to both the hardcore weather enthusiast and a general public viewer, Severe Weather Setup III helps depict the reasoning of specific thunderstorm threats via the quality of the three main ingredients for convective development.

Extreme Weather Icons

Extreme weather isn’t supposed to be glossed over and ignored. Extreme Weather Icons helps bring attention to these scenarios with bold and to-the-point design.

NextGen Threat Bars

If trying to graphically display a threat or parameter is tougher than overcooked pumpkin pie, NextGen Threat Bars is here to soften the task and make displaying the significance of something much easier on the eyes for the viewer and the brain of the forecaster or designer.

T47: Coast

The Coast template introduces a sleek and minimalist design style, with sanded edges and a unique use of colors across the board. Designed from the ground up (as usual, that is), T47: “Coast” is a sleek, modern template bringing together simple lines with bold colors.

Broadcast Style Upper & Lower Thirds

This pack of versatile upper and lower thirds incorporates modern clean design traits that allow them to stand out on a wide range of different backgrounds, in addition to easily being used as both upper and lower thirds.

Weather Icons Advanced Package

The Advanced Package of weather icons includes the full suite of weather icons produced by MetGraphics from 2014 to present, giving you the best bang for your buck with access to over 500 icons.

MetGraphics WxIcons: V

Throughout the adventure of designing this this version of icons, a total of 126 icons (plus the sun) were created for this set of icons, more than any recent set MetGraphics.net has released. Extra emphasis was put on precipitation density and visibility with this fifth version of realistic weather icons, adding multiple layers of each precipitation type in order to create an extra sense of depth & clarity.

T46: IntraWx

T46: IntraWx is an all-in-one forecast template that requires no external weather icons, via the magic of featuring its own internal weather elements within the sleek forecast tiles. There’s 35 weather variation tiles included in .PNG format for users to place in, of which replace the need for weather icons and feature high resolution, realistic weather elements for each weather type.

WxBars

Display weather data for cities on a map with ease, simplicity, and best of all: style. WxBars includes nearly a dozen city bars and panels — bars for simple city name and a small weather icon, and panel designs to display a larger weather icon for the city, along with temperature & a brief description of weather information whether it’s a forecast or occurring now.

Simple Weather Icons

With the wide variety of design styles these days both simple and complex, flat design is still in and useful in many cases. While these icons aren’t overpowering like (let’s face it, bad) cologne, they melt in perfectly with the right background and help viewers easily decipher an icons meaning.

MG Maps 2017 (Update)

MG Maps has been wrenched and hammered on for the last 5 years, making it one of the most user-friendly and up-to-date weather mapping tools for consumer-level forecasters & meteorologists since its early days. MG Maps has been tailored to the wide variety of needs forecasters require when creating maps for their audience, making an already great forecast even better with visuals that can stand up to commercial-level solutions, all while simply using Photoshop.

Ultimate Global Map Pack

Global Map Pack: Ultimate is the largest product available from MetGraphics. Comprised of 98 maps, this is perhaps one of the largest map packages available on the net, built to design and craft beautiful maps — most especially weather maps. In addition to the 98 maps around the world, the latest version of MetSymbol Kit is included with this purchase to make this the official and direct alternative to MG Maps which directly requires Photoshop.

MetSymbol Kit 2016 (Update)

MetSymbol Kit is the ultimate weather symbol toolkit for forecasters looking to create maps. MetSymbol Kit includes a massive library of high & low pressure symbol designs, tropical symbols from tropical depression to category five hurricane, frontal shapes (including cold, warm, stationary, and dry), precipitation textures, rotated cloud textures to simulate realistic cloud structures of storms, and much more.

T45 “Sierra”

T45, the 45th forecast template I’ve designed, features dark primary tiles, a dark upper third, and brighter low bars to draw some contrast between the primary tiles & the highs. Each primary bar is outlined with a lighter glossy frame, with darker framing for the low bars.

Abstract Backgrounds

Toss aside that pixelated image from Google you found and settled with and step up to MetGraphic’s latest package of abstract backgrounds. These backgrounds are the highest quality abstract/waveform backgrounds to date from MG, fresh from the graphics card oven that is Photoshop.

T44 “Diamond”

A high resolution, modern & sleek forecast template with a minimalistic upper third, separated low containers, reflected-edges on the main tiles for the beginning and end days, and indentations to fit the lows in-between the main tiles. The background is vignetted to draw attention to the tiles & forecast elements.

MetSymbol Kit 2016 (Update)

Current Conditions II allows you to enter and display current data with beauty on an easy-to-read basis, with two upper third designs to pick from and easily accessible transparent options to swap out the background.

Tropical Map Pack

Sick of using random old maps pulled from the depths of the internet? Cut the tape and upgrade to layered maps of tropical regions of the Atlantic and eastern Pacific for your tropical weather forecasts.

Animated Weather Icons v3

Animated Weather Icons v3 incorporates revamped textures and animations to create an entirely new package of weather icons animated in a realistic style, perfect for motion graphics needing what looks like real weather elements to bring the graphic to life.

WxThreats v3

WxThreats v3 is a set of sliders, selectors, and progress bars that help display the significance of a severe weather event across a broad range of different ways. WxThreats v3 includes 17 threat bar variations in different styles of design and display technique, an upper third, and a background.

T43 “Edge”

T43: Edge is the forty-third forecast template I’ve designed, and some choices regarding this template’s tile design were made by fans on the MetGraphics Facebook page.

Radials V

Radials V is the first radials set to include a divided radial design split into tenths, and uses the same general concept the last radial design used. Radials V, however, was redesigned from the ground up to include 6 color variations plus a color coded version, and includes each color with and without fraction text.

WxIcons v4

I’ve strived over the years to design the highest quality content I can and provide the community. Weather icons are perhaps the most-used product when it comes to weather related design right alongside forecast templates, which I have a huge and ever-growing collection of.

Simplex | Horizontal Forecast Template

Simplex, a package of sleekly designed horizontal forecast templates, includes six variations that include singular day forecasts, day period forecasts, and typical day-to-day forecasts.

T41 “Deep Blue”

 T41 features dark blue accent colors with a brigher blue background to separate the tiles & upper third from it and create good, but not overpowering contrast. The upper third features room for a logo or website, and works well with bright-colored or white text, once again, to create nice contrast between it’s background and the text you and the viewer will be looking at.

T40

T40 is the fortieth forecast template design I’ve created. I brought back some previous design style, with a techy look, but modernized it to keep up with my current design trend. There’s many variations of this template, specifically of the tiles.

T39 “Stripe”

A high resolution, modern & sleek forecast template with a minimalistic upper third, separated low containers, reflected-edges on the main tiles for the beginning and end days, and indentations to fit the lows in-between the main tiles. The background is vignetted to draw attention to the tiles & forecast elements.

Horizon | Horizontal Forecast Template

This second take on a horizontal forecast template features a new innovative styling idea that features weather elements being included in-tile, meaning there’s no need for external weather icons!

ProTropix

ProTropix is a package of tropical weather symbols spanning multiple variations and styles. Includes 68 (*current) .PNG symbols to pick and choose from, along with two fully editable .PSDs (Photoshop documents). There’s two main design variations, along with multiple other variations including basic cosmetic tweaks to styles with category numbers.

T37 “Windowpane”

A modern, clean forecast template with a sleek upper third and tiles. Built in 2500×1500 pixel resolution, and includes 5 & 7 day tile count variations.

WxIcons v3 (older version)

The third volume of weather icons has paid special attention to convective cloud elements, with anvil/cumulonimbus effects added for convective and thunderstorm icons across a variety of different variations, from general thunderstorm icons, to lightning-less convective cloud effects and rain, snow, or mix effects.

Animated Weather Icons v2 (older version)

With this second set of animated weather icons, clouds have been completely redesigned, cloud motion has been made much more dynamic, and lightning for thunderstorm icons has been cleaned up from the first set.

Animated Forecast Template II

A sleek, vibrant forecast template with a glossy and modern transitional intro at the beginning. No external image elements used in this project, with everything built directly in After Effects. 20 second animation length. 1080p video quality.

Animated Forecast Template I

A dynamic animated forecast template with a lot of background design elements and sweeping gloss on most elements, with a fade-in effect of tiles and text and masked-in upper third. 20 second animation length.

Convective Mode III: Ultimate

With Convective Mode III: Ultimate, you have the ability to completely showcase the setup of a thunderstorm event on one single design. The design is fairly complex, but the end product is easy to understand and straightforward to viewers.

Convective Mode II (older version)

Want to graphically display the types of storm modes there are in an easy to understand and easy on the eyes fashion? Well, you’ve arrived at the right place. My previous convective mode design just looked and felt old. It didn’t feel as graphically pretty as my work lately, so I’ve changed that.

WxThreats v2 (older version)

This is a redesigned pack of weather threats including sets for fire weather, severe weather, and tropical system impacts. Each comes with a blank template on which you can place text on the upper third the included (or your own) arrows/pointers to indicate what threat level threats and indices are at.

“Ultra” Forecast Template

This template is a sleek complete redesign of an old template from the old days of MetGraphics. The background is nifty but not overpowering to draw attention away from the tiles, and the upper third also draws fairly equal attention. There’s also a fair amount of extra room to get a logo embedded in the upper third.

MetGraphics Premium

Get access to all MetGraphics products, plus early access to new products as soon as they’re available in the database.

MG Maps 2017

Build professional weather maps with the layered mapping MG Maps offers using Photoshop.

MetSymbol Kit

An extraordinarily large set of weather map elements ranging from pressure symbols to tropical system symbols.

Ultimate Global Map Pack

Nearly 100 maps made up of 66 U.S. maps & 31 world regional maps. Plus, this map pack comes packed with MetSymbol Kit!