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.
England and Wales have been basking in the sunshine today, on what’s been the hottest day of the year so far. We spent the day in Broadstairs in Kent.
How does Storm Eunice compare to previous storms that have hit the UK and what lies ahead this coming weekend?
The Met Office has issued a rare red warning for very strong winds, with disruption expected.
More rain and more heat and more extreme weather events in the UK. Weather presenter Liam Dutton tells us what he made of the report.
This week it’s the turn of the United States and south-east Europe to be gripped by very low temperatures, ice and heavy snow.
Our weather presenter Liam Dutton is in Richmond Park, south west London, which has seen some of today’s highest temperatures.
Flooding is causing severe travel disruption across south-east England just as we head into the Christmas week.
Our weather presenter Liam Dutton is here with the latest on Australia’s record breaking heat…
Our weather presenter Liam Dutton joins us from central London to explain more about this record-breaking heat.
As England braces itself for a bit of a heatwave this weekend, temperatures in France soared to the hottest on record today, hitting 45.9 degrees Celsius in one southern town.
France is preparing for a potentially record-breaking heatwave. Temperatures are forecast to hit 40 degrees Celsius later this week. Authorities in Paris have enacted an extreme heat plan, fearing a repeat of the conditions which killed an estimated 15,000 people in France in 2003. Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Spain are also preparing for oppressive heat.
The UK has recorded its hottest February day on record, with temperatures topping 20 degrees Celsius in parts of England and Wales.
Well for London and the South East the respite from the heatwave was short and sweet. Now the temperature’s rising again bringing warmth to parts of the UK. But in Spain and Portugal it’s going to be “dangerously hot”, with some saying there could be a record temperature. Our weather presenter, Liam Dutton is here…
Our weather presenter Liam Dutton talks us through what is causing the current heatwave and how it compares to previous summers.