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Weather, Climate and Chaos Theory

Why is it so hard to predict the weather a week in advance, and how can scientists tell us what they think the climate will be like in 50 years’ time?

Weather Books for Young People

Below are some of our favourite weather and climate books aimed at children, young people and their teachers. Weather in

COP26 and November 2020

As we head into the weeks when COP26, the UN climate change conference at which heads of state, climate experts

The Weather of 2020

Last week, Sylvia Knight from the Royal Meteorological Society gave a talk for Geography education online on the Weather of

Will it snow?

The best way to find out is to look at the weather forecast charts (in the charts and data menu)

Weather Folklore

Weather forecasters are not the only people who predict the weather. There are also lots of traditional sayings and proverbs

Weather Facts

Look in this section to find out more about UK and global weather, with some weird and wonderful facts and

Published Articles

Did the European Conquest of the Americas Contribute to the Little Ice Age? from Teaching Geography, 2019. Investigating weather through

Weather, Climate and Covid-19

Sylvia Knight, Head of Education at the Royal Meteorological Society, recently recorded a podcast for the Royal Geographical Society with

Arctic Maritime Air

Over the weekend, we saw Arctic Maritime air descend over the UK, with temperatures dropping by around 10C. The following

Short Atmospheric Physics Videos

We have been delighted to work together with Imperial College, London and the Institute of Physics Environmental Physics group to