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 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. Weather Storm names for 2022-23 announced 01 September 2022 The storm names chosen for the 2022/23 season have been revealed – so brace yourself for Betty, look out for Loes and hope we don’t get to Wouter! Climate In the Spotlight Weather State of the UK Climate 2021 29 July 2022 The latest annual report shows the continuation of warmer than average years and an increasing rate of sea level rise around the UK. Liz Bentley explains more. Climate In the Spotlight Weather Key findings from the IPCC's Working Group III Climate Report 07 April 2022 Hannah Mallinson, Science Engagement Manager at the Royal Meteorological Society presents some of the key findings from the recent IPCC's Working Group III Climate Report In the Spotlight Changing the clocks 24 March 2022 Spring forward, fall back. Losing an hour in March but gaining it back in October. Kirsty McCabe reveals why we keep fiddling with time. In the Spotlight Weather Masters of the storm 13 March 2022 For the first time ever, three named storms hit the UK and Ireland in just one week. Simon Brown, Services Director at the Met Office, reveals the hard work going on behind the scenes, from advances in forecasting to advising the Government and warning the public.