Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
The weekend just gone offered some respite from the cold, icy weather that gripped much of the UK last week – especially in the north.
However, winter is going to bite back in the coming days, with the wind eventually coming from a northerly direction.
This will allow cold, arctic air to flood southwards across the whole of the UK, bringing not only a bitter wind but the threat of snow, ice and travel disruption. (more…)
The north east of the US is bracing itself for a blizzard that is being described as ‘potentially historic’, with as much as 2-3 feet of snow falling between Monday and Wednesday.
As we go about our daily lives on the ground, satellites orbit our planet, capturing detailed images of how the earth’s surface is changing over time.
Once the current storm moves away through Thursday night, it will open the gates to cold arctic air from the north into the weekend.
The weather has taken the UK on a bit of a rollercoaster ride during the last week, with heavy rain and severe gales, interspersed with snow and ice.
The next 24 hours will see some wintry weather across the UK, with snow possible over southern parts of the UK too.
Another week of turbulent weather lies ahead for the UK, with severe gales and snow bringing the potential for travel disruption. But will you be affected?
A vigorous area of low pressure passed just to the north of Scotland last night, bringing hurricane-force winds. But why was the storm so powerful?
For the end of the week two potent storms will pass just to the north of the UK – one during Thursday night, quickly followed by another on Friday night.