Weather Midwinter in Antarctica 05 July 2021 Gale force winds, temperatures of -30 °C and weeks of darkness. Winter in Antarctica may not seem like everybody’s cup of tea but for meteorologists, and many scientists alike, the coldest, driest and windiest location on Earth is the place to be. Weather When is air stable or unstable ? 01 February 2021 Locking the stability door after the lightning has bolted! Weather Pyrocumulonimbus Clouds 15 July 2020 You may have heard this term in the media during the Arctic heatwave this year. But what are pyrocumulonimbus clouds and how are they formed? Weather Cloud names and cloud classifications How are clouds classified? Weather Bonfire Night 2019: What does the weather have in store for us? 05 November 2019 Could your fireworks show be affected by the weather? Weather Observing and Identifying Clouds 10 April 2019 A time lapse in Spain recently captured the formation of an anvil cloud. This fantastic video inspired us to revisit our article about observing and identifying clouds, including new classifications. Weather Science Museum short film - Why do clouds have names? 29 November 2018 The Science Museum have created a wonderful short video dedicated to the work of Luke Howard. Weather A History of Storm Chasing 26 June 2018 Article by RMetS Member Cammie Czuchnicki about the history of storm chasing Weather The day the sun turned red 17 October 2017 On the 16th October people across the UK turned their heads to the sky as it looked like an Instagram filter had been applied in real life.