Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
The British weather is well-known for being a fickle beast, giving with one hand and taking with the other – especially in the transitional seasons of spring and autumn.
Just a fortnight ago, high pressure sat over the UK, bathing most of us in sunshine and warmth that wouldn’t look out of place in early summer.
Temperatures in the low 20s were fairly widespread, with central London reaching 25C – some 10 degrees above normal for the time of year. (more…)
There have been some stunning images of our planet from space so far this month, captured Nasa satellites, so I thought I’d pull together the best ones and share them with you.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, southern parts of the UK will experience levels of warmth that wouldn’t look out of place on a summer’s day, let alone spring.
Being an island, the cause of air pollution in the UK is rarely straightforward – often coming from a variety of sources.
When spring has sprung, pictures do a much better job than words of telling the story, so I thought I’d gather some images that will definitely put a spring in your step!
When it comes to weather, there are times when only the view from space can illustrate just how amazing atmospheric phenomena can be.
The weather is going to stay lively for the next few days, with no intention of making a step in the direction of spring, let alone summer.
The weather has never been one to conform to our ideals and often throws in a curve ball, just when we were thinking that we’d left the grimness of winter behind.
We’ve all been there where we’ve popped out for lunch to get a sandwich with sunshine overhead, only to get caught in a heavy downpour on the way back – often much to the
As all eyes turn to the skies and the excitement builds, there is just one final part of the jigsaw that needs to fall in place: the British weather.