Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
Today, the World Meteorological Organization issued a press release that detailed the possible onset of an El Nino event in the coming months.
El Nino is a naturally occurring ocean-atmosphere phenomenon that is characterised by unusually warm surface water temperatures in the central and eastern Pacific.
It is important because it has a significant impact on the climate in may parts of the world, with a warming influence on global temperatures. (more…)
With most schools in the UK having finished for the Easter holidays, there will no doubt be lots of parents wondering what this week and the forthcoming bank holiday will deliver.
Today (late-Friday local time), Tropical Cyclone Ita slammed into the north Queensland coast, making landfall near Cape Flattery.
It’s that time of year when tens of thousands of people get ready to take place in the annual London Marathon – an event that attracts lots of spectators to the streets, to cheers
Two tropical troublemakers are heading for Australia and the Philippines in the next few days, threatening heavy rain, strong winds and flooding.
The Met Office has released a video that combines a number satellite images, showing the plume of dust being lifted up over the Sahara and blown towards the UK.
Saharan dust? Here in the UK? Really? Well, if you see a thin layer of dust on your car in the coming days, that is what it could be.
This weekend will see spring warmth return to our shores, with warmer air feeding in from the continent.
Cumulonimbus clouds and heavy showers are common during spring in the UK, but why?