Citizen Science Climate In the Spotlight Weather Standard Chartered Weather Photographer of the Year 2023: Climate focus 27 April 2023 The world's most prestigious weather and climate photography competition is now open for entries! MetMatters takes a look at some previous entries that illustrate climate change. Climate In the Spotlight Weather Europe's ski season: 2022-23 snow report 05 April 2023 Rising temperatures and increasingly unpredictable weather patterns have led to less reliable snowfall and a greater risk of rain during the winter months. Nick Russill, co-founder of Snow-Forecast.com, takes a look back at the Alpine, Scandinavian and Scottish ski season for 2022-23 In the Spotlight Weather The Northern Lights 02 March 2023 Witnessing the northern lights flickering in the night sky is probably on most people’s wish list. And while more space weather than our usual earthly weather phenomenon, you do need the right weather conditions to see them. Climate In the Spotlight Weather Polar vortex, sudden stratospheric warmings and the Beast from the East 03 February 2023 When people hear the phrase ‘sudden stratospheric warming’, many will immediately think about the 'Beast from the East'. However, not all sudden stratospheric warmings are the same, as Gemma Plumb explains. Climate In the Spotlight Weather Quest to the Forbidden Plateau 27 January 2022 In December 2021, on the centenary of the Shackleton-Rowett Expedition, a group of eight intrepid explorers arrived at Portal Point in the northwestern Antarctic Peninsula. But would their mission succeed? Climate In the Spotlight 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. Citizen Science 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 Aurora Borealis 11 November 2020 What is the science behind the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis? Find out and maximise your chances of witnessing this incredible spectacle! In the Spotlight Study examines Arctic communities' access to ice land and water 02 April 2019 A study of Arctic communities' access to trails on ice, land and water in the Inuit homelands reveals surprising results.