Tuesday 29 July 2014, 16:46
A change in calendar month is expected to bring a change to much more unsettled weather. Plus an El Nino update.
Monday 21 July 2014, 17:30
Another fine and warm week is expected, in what has been so far a very warm year. But weather conditions in the last few months have led to exceptionally high levels of pollen.
Monday 14 July 2014, 17:04
The hottest spell of weather so far this summer is expected later this week, leading to thunderstorms which could cause some localised flooding. It's a common sequence of events famously documented in the early 18th century by King George II.
Thursday 3 July 2014, 10:48
A forecast for the world's biggest annual sporting event which comes to Yorkshire this weekend.
Thursday 26 June 2014, 17:35
An update on the expected El Nino event later this year – how strong will it be?
Tuesday 17 June 2014, 20:45
Climatologist Professor Lamb analysed 100 years of climate records and discovered that more often than not an unsettled westerly type of weather developed during the second half of June. Will this rule of thumb work again this year?
Tuesday 10 June 2014, 20:35
After thunderstorms brought flash flooding to parts of our region yesterday, much more settled weather is on the way.
Monday 2 June 2014, 17:17
Spring this year has been the third warmest on record, which is a huge contrast compared to last spring.
Thursday 22 May 2014, 20:43
Another Bank holiday weekend is almost upon is, so what's the weather looking like over the next few days? Plus a summary of this weekend's Weather Show.
Tuesday 13 May 2014, 16:26
With the jet stream on the move northwards, fine and warm weather is expected to develop - but how long will it last?
Thursday 1 May 2014, 20:23
The early May Bank Holiday is usually associated with poor weather - but this year it's looking quite promising.
Thursday 24 April 2014, 18:07
Figures released in America show a surprise fall in greenhouse gas emissions, as a direct result of their shale gas revolution.
Thursday 27 March 2014, 19:21
Computer simulations are suggesting El Nino conditions later this year in the Equatorial Pacific. As a result climate patterns around the world are likely to be disrupted.
Thursday 20 March 2014, 16:14
Spring offcially starts today, and it's coinciding with quite a change in our weather.
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.
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