Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
The remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo will hit the UK during Monday night into Tuesday, bringing severe gales of up to 80mph for some places.
As a hurricane, it caused significant damage and disruption on Bermuda, leaving much of the island without electricity.
Even though it won’t be anywhere near as powerful when it arrives on our shores, it could still cause a few problems as gales sweep across the country, along with heavy rain. (more…)
Whilst the satellite images from space may be a thing of beauty, we could well be staring down at the most powerful storm on our planet so far this year.
What makes autumn a season that delivers us some of our stormiest weather of the year?
Following the driest September on record for the UK and a fine first few days of October, the weather has finally switched into autumn mode.
After a somewhat extended summer, with September being the driest on record for the UK, as well as the fourth warmest, autumn is finally going to arrive in the coming days.
Early indications from Met Office figures show that this is going to be the driest September across the UK since records began in 1910.
Our fortunes are finally going to change this week, as the weather finally delivers us a reminder that we are well and truly into autumn.
When I write about hurricanes, a common question that I get asked is: who decides on the names of hurricanes that form?
As well as monitoring activity from sensors on the ground, Nasa satellites have been keeping an eye on Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano from space – providing some spectacular images.