Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
Earlier this week, I explained that warmer air is finally going to be arriving on our shores, thanks to the jet stream moving northwards – back to where it should be at this time of year.
As a result, temperatures are going to rise through the weekend, with the warmest day of the year so far expected. However, as I mentioned in my blog on Tuesday, there are a number of caveats.
The air that will arrive this weekend is not just going to be warmer, it’s also going to be moister. Therefore, some places will have rain accompany the rising temperatures.
Even places that reach 17-21C in the east of England won’t have clear blue skies – something that I’ll come on to in just a moment. (more…)
Following a long winter that never seemed to want to end, finally, this weekend will see a change in our weather fortunes. Some places could reach 21C in the sunshine.
Following my blog a few days ago about spring finally springing towards mid-month, I thought that I’d give you a quick update on what’s to come over the next ten days.
During the next ten days, the jet stream is going head northwards to where it should be at this time of year – finally bringing a return to more typical spring warmth.
With Easter weekend almost here, there’s no doubt that lots of us will be travelling over the next few days. Thankfully, whilst the weather is going to stay cold, disruption due to snow is
The cold weather continues as Easter weekend approaches, but at least for now, the snow has eased. However, there is a chance that it could return at the end of the week.
Throughout the day, I’ll be bringing you regular snow updates on this blog, with the latest on where the worst of the weather is, the effects it’s having and what is likely in the
Winter has no intention of leaving us anytime soon, with more snow expected across a large swathe of the UK during the next few days. The worst affected areas could see 20-40cm of lying snow.
This week, the UK is going to be the battle ground between winter and spring, with milder air sitting to the south west and colder air lurking to the north east.