There have been 35 named storms in the four years since the project started – not a lot of people know that.
Temperature recently down to -25°C on the Polarstern.
I wish the BBC would specify which model they are using because it looks nothing like the UKMO forecast chart
For those not suffering from Scotia Myopia Disorder it’s been a lovely autumn day in the north of Scotland
Plotted charts of typhoon Hagibis as it makes landfall earlier today
Autumn 2019 is turning out to yet another wet affair.
The latest temperature observations from the Polarstern
Why does sunshine records in the UK only seem to extend back to 1929? And what effect did the clean air act have on winter sunshine totals?
It’s early days but Is the Polar Stern heading in the wrong direction?
Particularly wet start to October in the northwest and East Anglia
Higher than average pressure over Greenland and Azores made September another zonal and mobile month
What a disappointment September 2019 was