Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
Following my blog yesterday, I just wanted to give an update on some wet and very windy weather that’s going to affect the northern half of the UK during Thursday.
A powerful jet stream 30,000ft up, moving at around 190mph, is going to cause a rapidly deepening area of low pressure to form just to the north of Scotland overnight.
As a result, there will be two main concerns that the weather will bring tomorrow – damaging gusts of wind and the potential for coastal flooding. (more…)
The British weather is going to live up to its reputation for being very changeable later this week, with a variety of things to keep an eye on.
Over the past few days, it’s been a bit of a headache for us weather folk to try and predict where and when it will and won’t be cloudy.
The Atlantic hurricane season officially draws to a close on Saturday 30 November, in what has been a memorable year, but for the opposite reason to recent years.
The International Space Station (ISS), the bright white light that many of us have dashed outdoors to spot zipping across the night sky, has just turned 15 years old.
Sure enough, we’re midway through the week and despite numerous headlines in some tabloid newspapers, there’s been no chaos, temperatures haven’t fallen to -15C and most of us
As I mentioned in my blog last week, it’s going to turn notably colder for all of us this week as a plunge of Arctic air slides southwards during the next 24 hours.
With much colder weather on the way next week, I thought I’d take a look at which places are most likely to see some #uksnow.
Considering that it’s mid-November, we’ve seen relatively few frosts so far, although that is likely to change into next week, as cold Arctic air spreads down from the north.