Weather Diary from Svalbard 30 September 2021 Nowhere on Earth is heating faster than the Arctic. Broadcast meteorologist Laura Tobin visited Svalbard to look at the impacts of climate change, and what it will mean for us. In the Spotlight Weather Weather Photographer of the Year 2021: Setting the scene - seas & oceans 17 May 2021 Capturing the awesome power of the sea or its majestic beauty is good, but when you can combine the two…. In the Spotlight El Niño and Magellan’s Round-the-World voyage 25 April 2021 As if crossing the Earth's largest ocean wasn't hard enough, Ferdinand Magellan had to contend with an El Niño too. Climate Record High Temperatures in Upper Oceans in 2020 10 February 2021 Good news for swimmers perhaps, but for the rest of us …. ? Climate What is El Niño - Southern Oscillation? 04 November 2020 How can the sea temperature in the Pacific change the weather across the World? Weather Storm Names for 2020-2021 Announced 02 September 2020 The Met Office, along with partners Met Éireann and KNMI have revealed the list of storm names for the UK, Ireland and Netherlands for the next season. Weather Lt Cdr (SCC) Peter N Greenhalgh - celebrating his contributions to Meteorology 26 May 2020 Lt Cdr (SCC) Peter N Greenhalgh MSc FRMetS MIOA MInstSCE RNR has been the Meteorology expert for the Sea Cadets for 21 years. In the Spotlight 60 Years of Weather Recording 22 January 2020 Looking for 'high ground in the garden' in case it snowed was just the first indication of John Goulding's interest in weather. Climate Floods, Bushfires and the Indian Ocean Dipole 04 December 2019 The recent horrendous bush fires in Australia and the extensive flooding in East Africa are likely to have the same root cause – the Indian Ocean Dipole.