Climate In the Spotlight Weather Review of 2022 09 January 2023 2022 was a year of extreme weather, both around the world and at home. MetMatters looks back at just some of 2022’s highs and lows. Climate Weather Wind chill 14 December 2022 During the winter months, you often hear the phrase "wind chill". Kirsty McCabe explains why a brisk northerly or bitter easterly wind can make you feel bone-numbingly cold Climate In the Spotlight Weather Australian floods and triple La Niña 08 December 2022 Rainfall totals were exceptional in parts of southeast Australia during 2022. Gemma Plumb examines whether a rare "triple-dip" La Niña is to blame. Climate In the Spotlight Weather Head in the clouds! 28 November 2022 Knowing your cloud types can warn you of upcoming changes in wind and precipitation, very useful if you are sailing on a tall ship, says Charlotte Braungardt. Climate In the Spotlight Weather COP27 final report 22 November 2022 Our Vice President, Dave Griggs, reflects on the outcomes of COP27. Climate In the Spotlight Weather COP27 half-time report 14 November 2022 Dave Griggs, Vice-President of the Royal Meteorological Society, gives an update on his time at COP27 as it is halfway through the Conference. Climate In the Spotlight Weather MetMatters guide to COP27 08 November 2022 COP27 takes place in Sharm El-Sheik in Egypt this year. Prof Liz Bentley, Chief Executive of the Royal Meteorological Society, takes a look behind the scenes while Vice-President Dave Griggs explains some of the key terms and phrases and outlines what we can expect from the 27th climate conference. Climate Weather Jet stream and stormy weather 27 October 2022 Terrible winter? Blame it on the jet stream. Great summer? Praise be to the jet stream for being in the right place. But what exactly is this jet stream that everyone keeps talking about, and why does it have such a large influence on our weather? Climate In the Spotlight Weather 2022: A record-breaking year 12 October 2022 From storms to extreme heat, 2022 has been a record-breaking period for the UK's weather. Simon Brown, Services Director at the Met Office, explains how meteorologists forecast and communicated the extreme events.