Presented herein are techniques to utilize wireless microwave network links as sensors to feed into a customized weather model for use in targeted weather forecasts that can include information regarding observed effects of weather on the wireless transmission links. Such techniques may allow quick adaptation when storms are developing faster than micro-forecasts can be updated by centralized prediction services and may improve the relevance and/or direct interpretability of forecasts to network performance. In various implementations, the weather can be computed centrally within a single router.

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