Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
Northern parts of the UK could be in for a showing of the aurora borealis, or northern lights as they are also known, on Friday night.
The possibility of seeing this spectacular natural show is due to two coronal mass ejections (CME) that have been thrown outwards from the sun in our direction.
Coronal mass ejections are huge bubbles of gas that are released by the sun over the course of several hours, often associated with solar flares. (more…)
Fortunes look set to change next week, as high pressure looses its grip on our weather and low pressure tries to nudge its way across us.
As I looked at the longer term trend for our weather this morning, one weather computer model threw up a particularly interesting theme for the fourth week in September – a hurricane-force
An astonishing video has captured what appears to be a tornado hitting the village of Bashkiria in Russia, tearing roofs of building and sending debris hurtling through the air at high speed.
The first part of September looks like it will see a return to summer-like warmth and sunshine, but what would we expect to see in a typical September?
As August draws to a close, so does meteorological summer (June, July and August), which means that provisional statistics are now available for how summer shaped up this year.
During August, there have been some particularly good images of our planet taken by Nasa satellites from space.
Following a wet and cool bank holiday Monday, my meteorological charts are showing hints that summer will bounce back next week.
As the statistical peak of the Atlantic hurricane season approaches in the coming weeks, the notable lack of storm activity in the Atlantic ocean continues.
The final bank holiday of the year is approaching and it’s likely to be a busy one with many schools still in the midst of the summer holidays. But what will the weather deliver us?