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A windy and showery weekend across the UK. There will be occasional sunny intervals at times but they won't last long.
A windy and rainy weekend is expected for the UK. The winds will be strong across northern parts of the country with the possibility of winds reaching up to 85mph over north-western Scotland.
Unsettled conditions are expected over the UK this week. There will be some showers accompanied by strong winds at times. In Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales those showers will be heavier and they may fall increasingly as snow over the hills.
A cloudy weekend is expected accompanied by rain and winds at times. However, on Saturday it is expecetd to be fine at the beginning of the day. Conditions will be warmer than previous days though.
A mix of sunny spells and showers are expected this week for the UK. Rain will be accompanied by winds most of the time feeling rather cold.
A cold week is expected with wintry showers and snow in places. There will be some showers or longer spells of rain with hail or storm activity.
Unsettled and rather chilly conditions are expected this weekend. There will be a band of showers and the risk of snow over some parts of Scotland.However, further south there will be some dry periods.
Unsetteld conditions are expected this week with longer spells of rain in places. There will be some snow in the Highlands and strong winds at times. However, there will be some sunny intervals in places.
Unsettled conditions are expected this weekend across the UK. Rain will come and go leaving some sunny spells in places. However, the northern parts of Scotland can expect to see some wet snow at times.
A mix of showers and sunny spells is expected this week for the UK. There will be some heavy downpours mainly across Scotland and northern parts of England. However, there will be some sunny spells at times.
Storm Desmond hit the UK on Saturday and as a result homes and roads were flooded in Scotland and northern parts of England. Hundreds of people were forced to evacuate their homes or even whole areas.
A windy weekend is expected across the country with longer spells of rain in places. There will be the possibility of some snow over the Scottish Highlands. However, there will be some sunny intervals at times.
Heavy rain is expected across most parts of the UK. There is the risk of snow in places, mainly over northern parts of Scotland and England.
A cloudy and showery weekend is expected with the possibility of snow in places and generally cold conditions. The rain will be heavy at times accompanied by strong winds.
A mix of sunny spells and rain across the UK this week.It will be generally cloudy with occasional sunny spells with warmer temperatures than previous days.
A cold weekend is expected with the risk of snow in places. It will feel much colder than the previous days and there will be rain accompanied by hail at times.
This week there will be showers across most parts of the UK accompanied by winds and storm activity at times. It is expected to be generally colder than the previous week especially in the North.
Unstable conditions are expected this weekend accompanied by winds and longer spells of rain that turns heavier at times. However, there will be some dry periods mainly in southern parts of the UK.
A windy and showery weekend is expected for most parts of the UK. The winds are expected to reach up to 60mph at times. However, there will be some dry periods with lots of sunny spells.
A dry start to the week that it is followed by showery conditions. Rain will come and go accompanied by winds at times. However, there will be occasional spells of sunshine in places.
On Friday and Saturday some showers are expected across most parts of the UK but later on they ease off leaving fine weather with lots of sunny spells. Northern parts of the UK might also see some wind at times.
This week the weather conditions will be unstable across the country. There will be dry periods and showery periods at times feeling generally breezy.
Unsettled conditions are expected across the country this weekend. It will be generally cloudy and showery over Scotland and the rest of the country will experience a mixture of rain and sunny spells.
The UK is not usually associated with earthquakes, however, around 20 to 30 occur each year and some of these are noticeable by residents in close areas.
Unstable conditions are expected this week across the UK. The rain will come and go leaving some sunny spells at times. It will generally feel breezy in most parts of the country with lows of 2°C.
A dry but cloudy weekend is expected. The weather will feel rather breezy at times accompanied by light rain in places.
Dry conditions are expected this weekend with occasional sunny spells. However, some showers might show up over Scotland. Temperatures will reach up to 17°C.
A generally dry weekend is expected for the UK with cooler temperatures than the previous days. However, it might turn rainy by the end of it with the risk of strong winds in places.
A fine week is expected across the UK this week with a fair amount of sunny spells. The weather conditions will be generally pleasant across most of the UK. However, there might be some cloudy periods across Scotland.
Fine weather is expected for most parts of the UK this weekend with lots of sunshine in places. However, there might be some light showers across northern parts of the country.
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Unstable conditions are expected across the country this week. Rain will come and go leaving some sunny spells. Some of the showers will turn heavier at times with the risk of storm activity and hail in places.
A generally dry weekend is expected accompanied by a fair amount of sunny spells. However there will be a few showers at times. The weather conditions should be cooler with lows of 6°C.
A cool week is generally expected accompanied by heavy rain at times.The UK will experience wet conditions with the risk of storm activity in places. However, there will be some sunny breaks from time to time.
A warm and sunny start to the weekend is expected but it soon turns cloudy and showery across most parts of the UK. There is also the risk of heavier rain in places accompanied by storm activity.
Yesterday on the 8th of September, torrential storms caused flash floods in south-eastern Spain. These floods washed away cars and lorries and the whole region turned into a huge river.
Dry conditions with plenty of spells of sunshine are expected this week across the country. However, it will be rather breezy at times. Throughout the week there might be some light rain mainly in the North.
It is expected to be generally dry this weekend across the UK but rather cloudy. Northern parts of Scotland will experience some light rain at times but the rest of the country will see decent amounts of sunny spells.
A breezy week is expected across the UK. It will be generally cloudy but sunny spells will appear in southern parts of the country. Temperatures won't be higher than 19°C.
A mixture of rain and sunshine is expected this weekend with the risk of heavier showers across Scotland. The weather conditions will be generally unstable for most of the UK.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center reported that a tropical storm called Erika hit the Dominican Republic and the Bahamas yesterday and appeared to be heading to Florida where the last storm to hit this area was Wilma in October 2005.
Unstable conditions are expected this week across the UK. The country will experience a mixture of rain and sunny spells and the rain will regularly come and go.
A hail storm occurs when thunderstorms produce hail. Hail is a type of solid precipitation that is produced by cumulonimbus clouds which are thick and towering and are formed under storm activity.
A cloudy and stormy weekend is expected across the UK. There will be some sunny spells at times but the weather conditions will be generally wet and cloudy for most parts of the country.
A dry start to the week that turns showery later on across the UK. It will be dry and sunny for most parts but showers will appear by the middle of the week.
A rainy start to the weekend followed by dry conditions. It will be showery with the risk of stormy activity on Friday but the rest of the weekend will be dry with occasional spells of sunshine.
A generally dry week is expected across most parts of the UK. However, there will be some showers at times with the risk of storm activity. Temperatures will be quite chilly in the North but warmer with highs between 21°C and 23°C in the South.
A dry and sunny weekend is expected across most parts of the UK. However, it will be rather showery in the North by the end of the weekend.
Another showery week for northern parts of the UK with some sunny intervals. The rest of the country will experience generally dry conditions with spells of sunshine and a few showers at times. Temperatures will feel quite warm in parts.
A rainy weekend is expected for northern parts of the UK. However, the rest of the country will be generally dry with bright spells of sunshine at times.
Unstable conditions are expected this weekend across the UK with a mixture of showers and sunny intervals. There is also the risk of storm activity at times.
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A cloudy and showery week is expected for northern parts of the country with sunny intervals at times. For the rest of the country it will be generally dry with bright spells of sunshine in places.
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Unstable conditions are expected this weekend across the country. The rain will come and go during this time accompanied by wind and the possibility of storm activity in places.
Unstable conditions across the UK this week. It will be a generally warm week but there will be a mixture of sunny spells and showers with the possibility of stormy activity at times.
A mixture of showers and sunshine is expected across the country this weekend. It will be generally rainy and cloudy over Scotland and northern parts of the UK but the rest of the country will experience a mix of sunny spells and rain.
This summer is expected to be one of the hottest ones for the UK! The first day of July we saw record breaking weather with temperatures reaching up to 36.7C°, breaking the previous record occuring in July 2006 when temperatures reached 36°C
A generally cloudy and rainy week accompanied by stormy activity in places. There will be some dry periods by the end of the week with occasional spells of sunshine.
Unsettled conditions are expected this weekend with a mix of sunshine and heavy showers accompanied by lightning at times.Temperatures will be generally warm across the country.
Most of us are more than happy when the weather is hot and sunny.... but what about extreme heat in the form of a heatwave? A large part of the UK has been on heatwave alert since yesterday. What is a heatwave and what is the currrent impact?
Wimbledon organisers are taking emergency measures for the fans and players that will be exposed to the heatwave this week! Temperatures are expected to rise above 30°C and everyone is wondering if there will be a weather breaking record.
A generally warm week it is expected across the UK. However, northern parts of the country will experience some heavy rains accompanied by lightning activity at times.
The UK has experienced several heavy floods over the last century affecting thousands of people and causing damages of millions of pounds. Today, 2.3 million homes and 185 000 businesses are in danger of flooding in England and Wales
A cloudy start to the week accompanied by some showers in places. Throughout the week it will turn drier with sunny spells for most parts of the UK but it will remain rather cloudy in the North.
A mixture of rain and sunshine is expected this weekend across the UK. It will be cloudy and rainy across Scotland with sunny intervals at times but the rest of the country will generally experience unstable conditions.
A cloudy week for northern parts of the UK accompanied by light rain at times. The rest of the country will experience warm and dry conditions.
Over the years many places in the UK have claimed to be either the warmest and sunniest or the rainiest and coldest. Recent research has shown that Cardiff is the UK’s rainiest city and Eastbourne, East Sussex the sunniest!
A cloudy and rainy weekend is expected across the UK with occasional sunny intervals at times.There is also the possibility of some thundery rain in places.
The weather conditions will be generally dry and sunny this week but temperatures will be breezy for the season. There will be some showers in places with the possibility of thunderstorms at times.
The weekend will begin with unsettled weather conditions across the country but conditions will gradually turn dry and sunny by the end of the weekend for most of the UK.
A rainy and cloudy start to the week that gradually turns to be drier with spells of sunshine. There is the possibility of winds and thunderstorms at times.
A breezy weekend to come with unsettled conditions across the country. The rain will come and go during this time accompanied by wind.
Expect unsettled conditions this week with rain and sunny intervals at times. There is also the possibility of some thundery rain during the week in places.
An earthquake has been recorded today in Kent with a magnitude of 4.2 according to the British Geological Survey. It originated close to Sandwich at 02:52AM BST 15km underground.
A mixture of rain and sunny spells this weekend for the UK. Rain will come and go throughout the weekend creating unsettled conditions.
Expect unstable weather this week. A mixture between sun and rain across the country with the possibility of some wind in places.
Expect unsettled conditions for this weekend. Cloud and heavy rain will cover Scotland and will spread by the end of the weekend to the rest of the country.
A dry and occasionally sunny week for most of the country. In northern parts it will be windy and rainy with the possibility of some thunder at times.
Wet and cloudy for most of the weekend in northern parts of the UK. The rest of the country will experience occasional showers but it will be mainly dry with some sunny spells.
A mostly windy and rainy week across the country with some sunshine at times. The temperatures will be generally near the seasonal average most days.
A mostly fine and sunny beginning to the weekend across most parts of the UK. Conditions will change by the end of the weekend with rain and cooler temperatures.
The UK will experience a cloudy and showery week. There will be some sunny spells at times but the weather conditions will be mainly wet and windy.
A cloudy and rainy weekend for most of the UK with some sunny spells from time to time. A risk of snow over the hills of Scotland and the northern Pennines is expected.
A mostly fine and dry beginning to the week across the country with only some cloud and light rain. Conditions will change by the end of the week with heavy rain in most parts.
The weekend will begin with fine weather for most of the UK and just some cloud and light rain in North-East England and Eastern Scotland. Conditions will remain sunny and dry with a gentle breeze in southern parts over the weekend.
Scotland will slowly turn wet and windy throughout the weekend while the rest of the British Isles will remain cloudy but dry. Temperatures will be quite chilly, especially in areas where winds will blow.
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Cloudy and overcast skies will prevail in most parts of the British Isles. Rain will be back in northern parts of Scotland by Thursday. Temperatures should stay mild throughout the week.
Although the weekend will be rather cloudy and even overcast in some parts of England, rain will not fall over Saturday and Sunday and the weather will remain dry. Temperatures may however be quite chilly.
This week will see a mixture of winds, rain and sunny spells. High pressure will bring better weather conditions on Tuesday but a band of heavy and persistent rain will follow straight after. Temperatures should stay mild throughout the week.
Scotland will experience rainy weather again this weekend but southern areas will be dry with spells of sunshine. Temperatures will remain mild everywhere in the UK throughout the weekend.
Winds will blow over much of the UK but will ease by the end of the week. Scotland will be particularly cold and will experience a fair amount of snow, showers and sleet. Clouds will cover the UK and temperatures should warm up by Friday.
Sunday 1st of March marked the first meteorological day of spring and you might think warmer and drier weather is on its way. Well, don't put your scaves and gloves away, as the beginning of March will be chilly, cold and windy.
The beginning of the weekend should be bright and sunny, but will quickly turn wet and windy. Little by little, the weather will worsen, with showers becoming more frequent. An area of low pressure will finally bring heavy rain and strong winds.
Strong winds will bring rain and showers throughout the week although the sky should clear up by Friday. Temperatures will be mild but might feel cold due to the windy conditions.
With temperatures dropping to around -25°C on Monday, and continuing below -15°C on Tuesday, Niagara Falls has consequently partially frozen. Watch the video for amazing scenery of this frozen landmark!
The beginning of the weekend should bring wintry showers but sunny spells should still occur in some areas. The weather will worsen throughout the weekend and heavy rain and strong winds will affect the entire country.
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A pleasant and sunny start to the week for southern parts of the UK. However, a band of rain will slowly move across the territory and rain and showers will end up covering the whole area by the end of the week.
A cloudy week on the horizon with fog patches in places. remaining dry overall with the chance of some drizzle falling from the thickest cloud. There will be some bright spells in places, especially in eastern Scotland.
As last month was declared the sunniest January since 2003, the UK is expected to receive particularly cold weather this week.
As heavy snow is falling over the UK, icy winds make the decreasing temperatures feel even colder. And according to weather experts, these weather conditions should continue until next week, with even greater snowfall, sleet, hail and winds.
Yesterday, a terrible winter storm struck the Northeast of the USA. From New York to the Canadian border, millions of people braced themselves for the potential historic storm.
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Due to weather conditions, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales have experienced disruptions and difficulties.
Strong winds in Scotland have been causing a great deal of damage.
A mighty earthquake struck off the coast of northern Chile yesterday evening, causing a tsunami alert and the death of at least five people.
The clocks go forward by one hour on the last Sunday of March each year, meaning this Sunday at 1am.
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Although not as powerful as the hurricane force winds of the past few days, Britain and Ireland are set to be hit by three more powerful storms in the next few days.
Most of south west England is now underwater because of intense rainfall and a lack of river dredging. When will the water level finally go back to normal?
The flooding crisis is not over yet and might even get worse! Thousands more households are seeing their lives at risk from flooding.
While large parts of south west England are still underwater, the Environment Agency forecasts more heavy rainfall for areas already flooded.
More rain is expected today and over the weekend. The Environment Agency has issued more than 160 heavy flood alerts in Southern England.
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Large parts of Somerset have been affected by severe floods in the past few days as a result of heavy rainfall but not only. In Chobham, people have witnessed cats being lifted in the air because of a tornado!
Unusual high temperatures have caused Tennis matches to stop at the Australian open tennis tournament in Melbourne.
North Eastern US and Canada are experiencing a « polar vortex » bringing freezing weather.
Heavy fog in southern and eastern parts of England has caused flight cancellations at Heathrow Airport and disrupted ferry services.
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As you have probably noticed, a huge storm has hit Northern Europe, causing the deaths of at least three people, transport chaos and flooding.
Yesterday, hundred-mile-an-hour winds battered many parts of the UK. Thousands of people had to be evacuated in order to avoid the risk of flooding.
Each year we ask ourselves the same question: will this winter be worst than last years’? We’ve got bad news for you, because word has it this winter could be the most severe one since 1947!
Southwestern states in the US were severely hit by a major storm over the weekend.
In the seas to the far south of Tokyo a volcanic eruption has raised…an island!
Important storms dropped hailstones the size of tennis balls on Monday in Queensland, Australia.
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Mexico has been caught between hurricane Ingrid in the east and tropical storm Manuel in the west of the country since Monday.
The State of Colorado in the west of the United States has for several days been experiencing one of the largest torrential downpours and flash floods ever recorded by the authorities.
Last Saturday, the city of Keelung in Taiwan witnessed a dramatic landslide filmed by a motorist.
While staff at Edinburgh Zoo are closely monitoring Tian Tian, who will shortly become the mother of the first captive panda born in the UK, the arrival of a new born is being celebrated at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington DC.
A huge fire started last week in and around California’s Yosemite National Park. It has continued to spread and covers more than 250sq miles according to official sources.
The torrential rains that hit Russia late July have recently caused unprecedented floods!
Japan’s largest volcano, Sakurajima, erupted last Sunday. This is the most powerful eruption that has been recorded in the past 10 years.
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On Monday a resort complex in Florida was literally swallowed by a huge hole up to 100ft in diameter. Luckily nobody was hurt in this incredible incident.
Powerful typhoon Utor has hit the northern Philippines today, causing major damage and killing at least one person.
While icebergs are melting in the Arctic, a huge « fatberg » has shown up in a London sewer.
Heavy monsoon rain caused flooding and roofs to collapse last weekend in Pakistan.
The Milan area has experienced a multitude of strong tornadoes in the past few days, all occurring in a short lapse of time, causing major damage.
A recent survey, taken to help the government develop new policies to improve people’s well-being, shows a small improvement in people’s happiness this year.
In the past few months, a new plant species has been growing up to 10ft tall and has colonised large areas throughout Britain, including rivers and woods.
China’s north-west Gansu province has been struck by two powerful earthquakes, leading to a tragically high number of 75 people killed and more than 400 injured so far.
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This weekend saw the true beginning of the summer, two weeks after the official start of the season. Will these temperatures be sticking around?
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A heat wave may be a welcomed occurrence for some of us here in the UK where temperatures are barely hitting 20°C at best. But when a heat wave causes the mercury to rise over 50°C, we should be careful what we wish for...
Did you happen to look at the moon this weekend? Did you notice how big and bright it was? That’s because it was a perigee full moon!
Did you happen to look at the moon this weekend? Did you notice how big and bright it was? That’s because it was a perigee full moon!