Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
After failing to materialise last year, despite predictions from experts around the world, El Nino finally officially arrived back in March, according to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center.
Its arrival was more than six months after originally expected and much weaker in strength than initially anticipated.
However, the latest predictions from climate models suggest that this likely to change in the coming months, with a moderate to strong El Nino on the cards. (more…)
The second bank holiday weekend of the month is imminent and many of us will no doubt be wondering what the weather has to offer.
Whilst the drenching downpours may not have been welcomed by those of us caught out and soaked, they did offer some stunning cloud pictures that were sent to me on Twitter.
Yet again today, many of us have been dodging the downpours at a time of the year when we’d normally expect the weather to be perking up.
There’s no doubt in any of our minds that May’s weather has so far has been a disappointment. But are there any signs of summer-like warmth soon?
From the cuteness of a fluffy white cumulus to the scary, menacing aura of a towering dark cumulonimbus, each cloud paints its own picture. But typically, how cloudy is our planet at any one
This time round, it seems that predicting the weather will be a much easier job than predicting the outcome of the election, as the party leaders have their last-minute push of campaigning.
Today, the Met Office announced that we’ve just had the sunniest April on record, with 212 hours of sunshine across the UK – seven hours more than the previous record, set in 1942.
The bank holiday is fast approaching and there’s no doubt that the weather will be at the front of our minds when making plans. Here are 10 things you need to know about the bank holiday