Liam Dutton

Weather Presenter
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Liam Dutton is the Channel 4 News Weather Presenter

Forecaster Liam Dutton is Channel 4 News' first presenter dedicated to weather.

His brief incorporates analysis of UK and International weather along with issues related to climate change, health and food and the impact of weather on travel, finances and welfare.

Liam will have an important online role too, leading Channel 4 News' new weather website and using social media to discuss weather with viewers.

He started his career at the BBC Weather Centre (presenting his first forecast at just 22) and has since travelled the UK presenting for BBC nations and regions.

In 2006 he began presenting for national and international BBC outlets and most recently worked across BBC News, BBC World News, BBC Breakfast and Radio 4's Today programme.

Show:

post 03 May 2016
25C summer-like warmth on the way for this weekend

After last week's wintry spell, summer-like warmth is on the way this week!

post 29 April 2016
All you need to know about the bank holiday weather

A wintry blast has brought hail, sleet, snow and lightning this week. But will it warm up this bank holiday weekend?

post 25 April 2016
Snow and frost?! But it's nearly May...

It may be just five days until the start of May, but winter isn't done with us yet.

post 14 April 2016
Colder with frosty nights this weekend

After a burst of warmth this week, it'll turn colder this weekend with frosty nights and even some snow.

post 04 April 2016
What causes April showers?

We're all familiar with April showers, but what causes them and why are they so common at this time of year?

post 23 March 2016
Easter weekend weather: everything you need to know

Will it be rain, shine or both this Easter?

post 14 March 2016
Hints of an Easter chill

It's warm in the spring sunshine at the moment, but colder weather may return for Easter.

post 10 March 2016
Five things that'll make it feel like spring next week

After a wintry start to March, it looks like it'll feel much more like spring next week.

post 02 March 2016
Winter arrives in March and it'll stay cold

Winter arrives at the start of meteorological spring and the cold is likely to linger throughout March.

post 22 February 2016
Why spring may be slow to arrive this year

If you're hoping for spring to spring in March, then you may be disappointed.

post 16 February 2016
Some snow expected - even in southern UK

A chill in the air could turn rain to snow - even across southern parts of the UK in the coming days.

post 02 February 2016
Wondering what those mother of pearl clouds are?

Rare, colourful clouds have been seen above the UK in recent days. What are they and what causes them?

post 28 January 2016
Storm Gertrude: 70mph winds for northern Britain

Storm Gertrude will bring severe gales across northern Britain on Friday - coinciding with the morning commute.

post 25 January 2016
Remnants of US snowstorm to bring rain and gales to UK

After a settled spell of weather, heavy rain and gales will hit the UK this week, bringing a renewed risk of flooding.

post 21 January 2016
US snowstorm: over a foot of snow for major cities in north east

A snowstorm threatens to bring major cities in the north east US to a halt in the coming days, with feet of snow expected.

post 14 January 2016
Hurricane Alex: earliest Atlantic hurricane since 1938

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 databas

post 13 January 2016
Snow expected as cold Arctic air digs in

Snow is expected tonight and tomorrow in some places, as our first proper taste of winter continues.

post 11 January 2016
Cold weather: where and when will it snow this week?

As the Arctic air arrives across the UK this week, some places will have snow. But where?

post 08 January 2016
10 fascinating facts about the recent record breaking weather

After the warmest and wettest December on record for the UK, the statistics are in and they are fascinating.