BBC Look North Weatherman Paul Hudson talks about an expedition to the Antarctic, the Sahara and the accuracy of twelve month weather forecasts.
BBC Look North weatherman Paul Hudson meets two intrepid women who are swapping the weather in Yorkshire for the Antarctic.
Alison is a forecaster at RAF Leeming in Lincolnshire and Lindsay is an environmental scientist in Leeds. They talk about their experiences of cold and barren wastelands at the South Pole.
Paul also casts a sceptical eye on new research which claims it's now possible to make an accurate weather forecast twelve month ahead.
Paul chats about Saharan winds and clouds.
Plus a chat with Pudsey based Weatherwatcher Claire, who takes pictures of the planets.
- Sat 22 Oct 2016 06:00
- Mon 24 Oct 2016 18:00