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.
Predicting snow in the UK is difficult and weather computer models rarely get it right more than a few days ahead. But why is this the case?
Liam Dutton looks at how badly Florida will be hit by Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma’s movements.
If you think the weather here is a bit unsummery, spare a thought for Istanbul, which has been battered by giant hailstones the size of golf balls. The torrential storm, which lasted around 20 minutes, forced people to run for cover as the hailstones smashed on to buildings and cars. Thousands of emergency workers were…
Southern Europe is still sweltering in the grip of a heatwave, which has sparked wildfires in the south of France and Corsica, near popular tourist spots along the Cote d’Azur. Thousands of firefighters have also been battling blazes in Portugal, while Italy’s drought is so severe that the Pope has shut down the Vatican’s historic…
We sent our weather presenter, Liam Dutton, to North Wales – where the worst of the winds were expected – this is his journey along the coast.
It is not just any old storm, but a “weather bomb” – not a name we have made up to grab your attention but a real term used by meteorologists.
Storm Doris is going to hit the UK during the daytime on Thursday, bringing a spell of gales across many areas, with the potential for damage and disruption.
Now freezing temperatures, high winds, the threat of floods and travel chaos.
Wintry weather is expected across much of the UK in the next few days, with some snow likely across south east England on Thursday, as well as other parts of the country.