Wednesday 5 March 2014, 17:32
It's been a long time coming, but high pressure looks set to develop across the UK this weekend bringing some much needed settled weather next week.
Thursday 27 February 2014, 11:08
The Met Office has confirmed that this winter has been exceptional and record breaking.
Monday 10 February 2014, 17:26
With media coverage of the current floods in southern Britain virtually unprecedented, how does it compare with previous flooding events?
Tuesday 4 February 2014, 12:22
After an exceptionally wet January, with much more rainfall expected in the coming days, winter as a whole is sure to end up one of the wettest on record.
Monday 27 January 2014, 18:09
The Met office has announced that 2013 was the 9th warmest year in records dating back to 1880. But the annual global temperature fell short of their prediction. So why have 13 of the last 14 global temperature forecasts been too warm?
Monday 20 January 2014, 16:28
Winter so far has been remarkably snow and frost free, but climate records show February can often have a sting in its tail.
Wednesday 8 January 2014, 15:33
There's a risk of the first spell of wintry weather developing next week across parts of the UK, but it's still far too early to say it's a done deal.
Monday 6 January 2014, 18:16
A look back at some near record weather conditions across the UK in December, and a look ahead into January.
Monday 23 December 2013, 15:24
December is turning into a very stormy month. Will there be any let up as we head into the Christmas and New year holiday period?
Tuesday 10 December 2013, 16:22
More on the tidal surge that affected the coast at the end of last week plus a look at what the rest of December is looking like weather-wise.
Monday 2 December 2013, 17:35
A look back at autumn across the UK which turned out to be average in terms of temperature, rainfall and sunshine, but with interesting local variations. And a look forward into how December is shaping up.
Thursday 21 November 2013, 17:51
A forecast for the rest of November, plus a few comments about the media speculation about this winter.
Thursday 14 November 2013, 18:10
The first taste of winter is expected next week. Plus more from NASA on the unusual state of the sun, and new research highlighting a possible reason for the slowdown in global warming.
Monday 4 November 2013, 15:15
A few comments following my blog last week which created much interest. It discussed what a new Maunder solar minimum would mean for our climate following research by Professor Mike Lockwood whose analysis shows solar activity falling at its fastest rate in 10,000 years.
Monday 28 October 2013, 06:22
Research conducted by Professor Mike Lockwood at Reading University shows solar activity is falling at a rate not seen in 10,000 years of isotope data and the implications could be profound.
Thursday 3 October 2013, 15:44
The IPCC published their latest report on global warming and climate change last week. The authors of the report believe that there is little doubt greenhouse gases have and will continue to warm the planet. But does that mean the science is settled?
Thursday 26 September 2013, 17:51
Whilst most of the media headlines about sea ice have focused on the long term decline in the Arctic, there's been little coverage about a new record which has been set at the other end of the planet.
Thursday 19 September 2013, 17:28
Forecast for the rest of September, plus more comment on the implications of the current rare solar cycle
Thursday 12 September 2013, 17:39
The current solar cycle is forecast to be the weakest for over 100 years and is beginning to look similar to the Dalton solar minimum 200 years ago, a period of often harsh winters and poor summers.
Thursday 5 September 2013, 17:17
The early September warmth will give way to some heavy rain in places and much lower temperatures in the next 24 hours, as autumn arrives across the UK.
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