Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
There’s no doubt that the weather across the UK has been disappointing this week. Cloud, rain and brisk winds have been the main theme, with temperatures below where they should be for this time of year.
Whilst there are some hints that the weather may become more settled into the early part of June, for now, the low pressure is firmly in control.
One particularly notable area of low pressure will move across us tomorrow, with northern areas likely to see the most significant rainfall. (more…)
For much of this week, the same area of low pressure is going to get stuck over us – spinning around bringing showers or longer spells of rain with just occasional rations of sunshine in
Whilst taking a look at what the weather is doing around the world today, I came across twin cyclones that have formed in the Indian ocean.
As we carry on with our everyday lives at the surface, there are lots of satellites busily orbiting the earth, frequently snapping images of our planet from space.
After this latest burst of warmth, there’s going to be a big change in the weather during the next few days as wind and rain make a return.
Once again, a bank holiday weekend is upon us and the weather will be at the forefront of most of our minds as we decide what to do during the long weekend.
After almost a fortnight of spring warmth, this weekend will see tropical maritime air replaced by colder polar maritime air.
Following a long and cold winter across most of Europe, dominated by cold easterly winds and snow, the continent has finally warmed up.
As the weekend approaches, thousands of people are gearing up to take part in this year’s London Marathon, with the weather having a big influence on how tough their experience will be.
After waiting for what seemed like an eternity, spring warmth finally arrived on our shores at the weekend as an area of low pressure pushed a plume of tropical maritime air over us.