Wild Weather of the South East
Kaddy Lee-Preston explores the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of the South East's weather. She discovers why Eastbourne is the sunniest place in Britain, why Kent is often the warmest, and how the hottest place ever was recorded near Faversham.
An expert at Sussex University explains why ice is not to blame for potholes, how wind currents on the South Downs are perfect for paragliding and why there are two types of flooding.
|Executive Producer||Linda Bell|