Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
With Christmas now less than a week away, there are lots of you asking me on Twitter and Facebook whether or not there’ll be any snow on Christmas day this year.
Whilst the weather is still looking a little uncertain, as I wrote in my blog last week, it looks as though any snow on Christmas day will be confined to the hills and mountains of Scotland.
The news of a white Christmas being unlikely this year will bring disappointment for some, yet joy for others – depending on if you have much travelling to do during the festive period, of course. (more…)
California, a state hit hard by exceptional drought, is finally receiving some welcome rainfall, bringing hope that this winter will see its fortunes change.
There’s no doubt that many of us dream at the prospect of having snow on Christmas day to add to the festive mood, but will it snow this Christmas?
A look from space at the stormy weather that’s hitting northern parts of the UK, along with when the severe gales are expected to ease.
As the UK braces for severe gales on Wednesday, I’ve pulled together 10 things you need to know about Wednesday’s stormy weather.
A spell of stormy weather is expected to hit the UK during Wednesday into Thursday. Northern areas at risk from severe gales, with wind gusts of up to 80mph possible.
Today marks the start of meteorological winter and it seems as though the weather has taken note, with a colder feel for all of us this week.
With November about to draw to a close, the arrival of December marks the start of meteorological winter, with thoughts not only of Christmas in our minds, but also the prospect of snow.
10 amazing pictures that capture the five feet of snow that has his Buffalo in the US during the past few days.