Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
Yesterday, I wrote a blog about the heavy rain that threatens eastern coastal states of the US in the next few days – this still stands.
However, I also mentioned the huge amount of uncertainty that lies with the path that Hurricane Joaquin will take this weekend and beyond.
This uncertainty still remains, with various computer models having different outcomes as to where the storm will go. (more…)
Eastern coastal states of the US look set for some heavy and prolonged rainfall during the next five days, which will bring the risk of major flooding in places.
As the summer that we never really had fades, our minds turn to the autumn that lies ahead. But what are the signs that autumn is here?
After high pressure bringing some sunshine and warmth last week, normal service has resumed, with low pressure driving our weather for the next few days.
Today, the Met Office announced that in conjunction with the Irish national meteorological service, it will start naming wind storms that affect the UK and Ireland. But how will it work?
Recently, there have been some particularly striking images of earth from space. I’ve rounded up the best ones and explained what they are showing.
Former Hurricane Kilo, now Typhoon Kilo, spinning around in the Pacific Ocean, has achieved what can be considered no mean feat for a powerful storm of tropical origin.
With the calendar page flipping over into September, today marks the beginning of meteorological autumn. But just how bad was summer this year?
Once again, a bank holiday weekend lies ahead (except in Scotland) and most of us will be hoping that the relentless rain of the past week will ease.