Looking back at Autumn and forward to Winter
Paul Hudson looks back at autumn and forward to Winter - plus Christmas Trees and COP25.
On The Weather Show this week, Paul looks back at autumn and forward to winter. The unusual weather this autumn has brought some unusual birds to Yorkshire and Lincolnshire – all the way from America. Meet the red eyed vireo and the bobolink. We might not get a white Christmas but look out for snow in January and February. It’s going to a be a long cold winter. That’s according to Paul’s long range forecaster this week. Did our Christmas tree saplings enjoy summer and autumn 2019? Find out from a grower in Methley. And Yorkshire scientists are rubbing shoulders with the King of Spain and Greta Thunberg at the UN Climate Conference in Madrid. Paul discovers what they’re talking about.
- Sun 8 Dec 2019 12:00