Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
The eastern shores of the Great Lakes have been hit by insane amounts of lake-effect snow in the past few days, with five feet falling in places.
Twitter has been full of some amazing pictures, so I thought I’d gather together 10 image that capture the sequence of events. (more…)
Here in the UK, a mere 4 inches of snow can send the country into chaos. But imagine this: 4 feet of snow – falling in just one day.
You probably won’t be surprised to hear that it has been wetter and warmer than would be expected at this point of the month, although there has been a large degree of regional variation.
Italy, Switzerland and southern parts of France have had copious amounts of rain during the last month, leading to a series of flash floods and mudslides that have claimed lives.
Looking further ahead towards the weekend, with more rain and sometimes brisk winds to come, whilst nothing major, some places may experience a few problems.
Low pressure is going to be driving our weather this week, bringing heavy rain and a risk of flooding to southern and western parts of the UK.
With December just a few weeks away and thoughts of winter straying into our minds, I’ve already had lots of people on Twitter asking if we’re going to get any snow this year.
Nuri, yet another powerful super typhoon, is currently roaming the vast expanse of water in the north west Pacific Ocean.
You may step outside tomorrow across England and Wales and think that someone has put a spell on the weather, with hazy sunshine expected and temperatures well above average.