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Following the recent warmth there's a much cooler feel in the days ahead with spells of rain. After a chilly but drier weekend, things will turn more unsettled through next week.
Storms Teddy and Beta continue to lose their earlier strength. However, flooding remains a risk across southern US states and Atlantic Canada with dangerous waves for the latter.
The very active Atlantic hurricane season has ‘gone Greek’ for only the second time on record, with storms Alpha and Beta named in quick succession. But why did we run out of the usual names this year?
Summer 2020 brought record heat to many parts of the world, helping to fuel unprecedented fires in the USA and the Arctic. Climate Check looks at what's behind the high temperatures.
The autumn equinox in the northern hemisphere falls on 22 September this year, but what is it? Helen Willetts explains.
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