I normally watch the weather spot at 2.30 PM each day on the BBC News channel on most days, it’s a real education, but why has it taken the BBC weathercasters so long to cotton on to the fact that it’s been so very mild across Europe, particularly...
Better late than never the Irish have now woken up and decided to issue an orange alert for storm Jorge.
Not a single traffic cam on either the A57 or A628. Unfortunately Highways England only seem interested in traffic on Motorway and no other type of road.
I suppose it does provide meaning for a group of people down in Exeter, and what would people like me and those hacks down at the Daily Mail and Daily Express do if they stopped?
I get the feeling that this particular forecast is taped much earlier in the evening, and is certainly not helpful to any motorist attempting to use the A9 tonight who is watching it.
I can’t believe that the presenters come up with each idea themselves and that there isn’t someone locked in a room back at Meteogroup headquarters furiously racking his brain for pertinent weather and climate stories he can add to his list.
Matt’s slip of the geographic tongue
Never let what’s actually happening get in the way of a good story though, and that story this weekend is high pressure.
Remember you read it here first.
The latest forecast chart for Thursday doesn’t look particularly threatening but everyone seems in a dither about what low Clara is going to do.
It will be fascinating to see who wins out in this tussle about how much low Clara deepens on Thursday
Visible and more detailed satellite imagery should be used more widely in TV weather forecasts
Ne’er a mention of a frost over northwest Scotland.
Visualising surface temperatures in TV forecasts
It will be interesting to see who ends up right about this one
Meteogroup tow the party line regarding the extent of the strong winds from Atiyah.
Fog fails to make an appearance in the southeast
Why is it that the BBC weather forecast don’t colour code rainfall intensities like the Met Office do?
Meteogroup and their multiple shades of blue