Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
It’ll probably come as no surprise to you that June has been wetter than normal across much of the UK, according to the Met Office.
Provisional information released today, covering the 1-27 June, shows that some parts of England and Scotland have had more than double the average rainfall.
It’s meant that many of us haven’t gone too far without an umbrella or coat to hand, as well as Glastonbury Festival being one of the muddiest ever. (more…)
Following flooding and travel disruption from overnight thunderstorms across East Anglia and south east England, more are expected later today.
Glastonbury starts tomorrow, but will the weather be kind this year?
Whilst the past week has seen some warmth and sunshine across much of the UK, there’s also been plenty of thunderstorms, giving frequent lightning and intense downpours of rain. The slow-moving
Flash floods have hit parts of Europe in the last few days, leaving at least 10 people dead and more still missing. Germany, France and Austria have been worst affected, with torrents of water
With the calendar page about to flip over into June, are there any signs of prolonged warmth and sunshine?
Once again we find ourselves with a bank holiday weekend upon us and the weather is no doubt at the forefront of many of our minds. The weather during the last bank holiday was nothing special,
It’s natural that we’d all like to know what the weather is doing for the whole summer, but is it possible to predict so far ahead?
India has its hottest day on record, with 51C (123.8F) in the north west of the country.