A dangerous heat wave, even as measured against the standards of the often-scorching Southwest, is in the process of developing now and will continue to intensify this week. This comes on top of the worst drought across the western United States in modern history. Not only does the heat pose
Keep cosy with our hot water bottle edit. Not only is winter here, but we’re strapping ourselves in for what is predicted to be a very chilly next few weeks. With many of us working from home all day or at least spending most of our time indoors, we’ve been
‘I am addicted to extremes!’ Adventurer shares photos of his most daring escapades, from chasing epic storms to exploring 400C lava-filled volcano craters George Kourounis from Canada started professionally chasing extreme weather and environments in 1997 He famously descended inside the Darvaza flaming gas crater in Turkmenistan to set a world
John Krasinski‘s YouTube series has been pulling in some A-list talent, which now includes Brad Pitt. Much to the delight of fans, the 56-year-old actor showed up for a brief cameo as a laidback meteorologist on Sunday’s episode of “Some Good News.” “We should do a check on the weather.
The Met Office has issued a "danger to life" 80mph wind warning as Britain braces for a direct hit from Storm Ciara amid four days of severe weather. Huge waves and flying debris will pose a risk to pedestrians and drivers, and homes are likely to suffer damage, said forecasters.
Britain is set to be battered by five days of heavy rain and "near gale force" winds in the aftermath of Storm Brendan which left the country in chaos. The Met Office has warned of "heavy bursts of rain" as the ferocious gales of up to 80mph the last few
Fog and flooding are set to strike Britain today, causing traffic disruption for many. Low visibility is expected in swathes of the country this morning, while flood warnings are in force across south-west England. The Environment Agency has predicted travel disruption as roads and homes are flooded. The organisation has
Shoppers hoping to take advantage of the Boxing Day sales are likely to face a deluge of rain across parts of the UK, the Met Office has said. Christmas Day's clear skies will turn to cloud, wind and rain today, with the south west of England experiencing the heaviest downpours.
Heavy rain will batter most of Britain this weekend with little in the way of relief coming for flood-hit parts of the country. There are even yellow weather warnings in place for the north east, south west and parts of Scotland. Those hoping to get in some Christmas shopping may
The Met Office has warned of 'flying debris' and 'danger to life' flooding tomorrow. The organisation has issued two weather warnings for tomorrow, predicting winds of up to 80mph and two weeks worth of rain. A wind alert will be in force from 4am until 4pm tomorrow and covers south