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A wet 24-hours for some, but it’s getting better

It's been a soaker for some parts of northwest Wales, northwest England, western Scotland and western Ireland. This is the 24-hour rainfall totals inferred from radar to 8am this morning. The red colours showing 100 to 150mm of rain! No wonder there is flood in some of these locations this morning.     The

5 Week Ahead Weather Things To Know

This week will be an interesting one; starting off feeling warm and spring/summer like for many then turning cooler in the north from midweek. Here are the 5 things you need to know about the week ahead; Monday will become increasingly sunny and warm across much of the country although


All you need to know about airmasses The below image shows the direction in which airmasses derive from and therefore bring with them different types of weather which also dictates the temperature. The British Isles sits within a unique position on the globe whereby it gets several different airmasses pushing across,