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Have you seen the climate spiral?
Do you have your own weather station?
Rare sighting of sinusoidal thin contrails
Beautiful nacreous clouds spotted across the UK
What’s in the air we breathe?
Catatumbo lightning is a famous atmospheric phenomenon.
Scientists have discovered that the lightning we see with our eyes has a ‘dark’ opponent.
Ever wondered how precipitation forms?
Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation
What is anemometer?
2013 Arctic Sea Ice Minimum
What are barometers?
What is a 'sting jet'?
Damp or dry? Measuring humidity
Why hay fever suffers need to keep an eye on the weather
A look back at the Great Storm of 1987
Can trees predict the weather?
Do bees know when it's going to rain?
Trained weather observer Mike Robinson talks about aviation forecasting and a life spent on the move
Analysing the2011 drought in 13 southern US states
Dr Matt Palmer talks about the importance of currents to our climate
Does rain today really mean a ruined summer?
Climate project opens naval logbooks
The whys and wherefores of sun protection
Fourth in a series of weather guides for travellers
The OPAL Climate Survey and roadshow
The causes and effects of last year's floods in Pakistan
Third in a series of weather guides for travellers
Arctic ice caps, hidden mineral reserves and a 21st century gold rush
Extreme weather events from across the globe in 2010
Do cows really lie down when it rains?
How was the first thermometer calibrated?
Second in a series of weather guides for travellers
Your membership gift explained
Do high-flying swallows mean dry weather?
First in a series of weather guides for travellers
Is red sky delightful for shepherds?
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