Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
During the past few days, lots of you have been asking me on Twitter about some rather unusual clouds that you’ve spotted in the sky during the mornings and evenings.
They are called nacreous clouds or polar stratospheric clouds and occur in the winter polar stratosphere (upper part of the atmosphere) at an altitude of 15-25km. (more…)
Storm Gertrude will bring severe gales across northern Britain on Friday – coinciding with the morning commute.
After a settled spell of weather, heavy rain and gales will hit the UK this week, bringing a renewed risk of flooding.
A snowstorm threatens to bring major cities in the north east US to a halt in the coming days, with feet of snow expected.
A rare and impressive feat took place in the Atlantic Ocean today, as subtropical storm Alex turned fully tropical and became a hurricane. According to the NOAA’s historical hurricane tracker
Snow is expected tonight and tomorrow in some places, as our first proper taste of winter continues.
As the Arctic air arrives across the UK this week, some places will have snow. But where?
After the warmest and wettest December on record for the UK, the statistics are in and they are fascinating.
After the warmest December on record for the UK, winter is coming finally coming next week.