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UK rainfall for the future

We could see a sharp decline in the intensity of UK summer rainfall when daily (24-hour) average temperatures exceed about 22 ºC. New research by Met Office and Newcastle University scientists suggests a sharp decline in the intensity of UK summer rainfall when daily … Continue reading

Thinking ahead…to summer 2016

A UK camping holiday is an ideal way to enjoy a family friendly holiday without breaking the bank. These fantastic campsites, handpicked by Ben Perkins, are well worth looking into now for next summer, plus it’ll help you forget the … Continue reading

Tropical air brings rain to the UK

Moist tropical air is brought heavy rain to parts of north Wales, northwest England and southwest Scotland on Saturday and Sunday, before clearing to the southeast today as we head into an unsettled week for many. Met Office National Severe Weather … Continue reading

Is the first officially named storm heading towards our shores?

Recent headlines in some newspapers are suggesting storms at the weekend will be the first officially named storms of the winter. Currently the Met Office and Met Eireann have not issued severe weather warnings for the strong winds this weekend, … Continue reading

UK hotels with more bang for your buck

Staying in great hotels across the UK need not break the bank. From hypno-beds and original Victorian feature pieces to quirky glamping opportunities, the following hotels hand-picked by Tom Churchill offer more – for less Liverpool – The Nadler – £59  Since … Continue reading

Nice out of ten parents think children should understand the weather

Recent new research released from the Met Office lays bare the UK‘s obsession with the weather. It shows that the average UK adult checks the weekend weather at 16:17pm on Thursday and one in five of us (20%) check the forecast for … Continue reading

All aboard! Canal cruising in the UK

Erica Bush explores Surrey and Hampshire by canal boat There’s still time to sneak in a break before the weather across the UK takes a chillier turn, so how about hiring a canal boat and cruising along some of Surrey … Continue reading

Dry start to September for many

You may think September has been a wet month so far but according to early provisional Met Office statistics, the month has started out drier and sunnier than average for many across the UK. However the picture has been varied, … Continue reading

Newlyweds benefit from honeymoon freebies, but just how many?

If you’re jetting off on your honeymoon this year, be prepared to drop your recent nuptials into conversation everywhere you go; the hotel lobby, the restaurant down the road, the check-in desk at the airport…that’s right, everywhere! Happy couple, Maui, … Continue reading

El Niño and its impact on global weather

Forecast centres around the world have now declared that an El Niño, the most powerful fluctuation in our climate system, has begun in the tropical Pacific. For more than a year, scientists have been talking of an increased risk of the … Continue reading