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Rain and gales are set to arrive across parts of England and Wales this weekend, with the risk of some localised disruption.
As the weather gears up to deliver us a week of rain and wind, there are some great images that capture this week’s weather theme well.
Thick fog blanketed much of the UK on Monday morning, leading to travel delays – especially for planes. But what causes fog and did you know that there are four different types?
Early snow falls in Germany, but with a chill in the air in the UK, can we expect the same?
Today, the Met Office announced that in conjunction with the Irish national meteorological service, it will start naming wind storms that affect the UK and Ireland. But how will it work?
Low pressure is going to be driving our weather this week, bringing heavy rain and a risk of flooding to southern and western parts of the UK.
What makes autumn a season that delivers us some of our stormiest weather of the year?
Following the driest September on record for the UK and a fine first few days of October, the weather has finally switched into autumn mode.
After a somewhat extended summer, with September being the driest on record for the UK, as well as the fourth warmest, autumn is finally going to arrive in the coming days.
Our fortunes are finally going to change this week, as the weather finally delivers us a reminder that we are well and truly into autumn.
As I walked to work today, there was a real sense of autumn in the air. But what makes autumn feel like autumn?
Fortunes look set to change next week, as high pressure looses its grip on our weather and low pressure tries to nudge its way across us.
The first part of September looks like it will see a return to summer-like warmth and sunshine, but what would we expect to see in a typical September?
With no let up in the stormy weather for the next week or so, things may get worse for some before they get better. But why has it been so stormy?
Living on an island that sits at the eastern edge of the Atlantic ocean, means our weather is varied enough already. But what makes it so changeable in autumn?