Citizen Science Frozen Ponds 14 January 2021 Have you ever thought about why bodies of water freeze from the top down? We have all seen this on frosty mornings. It sounds trivial, but it is a unique property of water. 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 Heatwaves - Breaking Records in 2019 24 June 2020 Many parts of the UK are currently experiencing heatwave conditions, which are forecast to continue until at least Friday. So, this week on the Weather Club, we thought we’d take a closer look at heatwaves... Weather Heatwaves 26 May 2020 A heatwave is a prolonged period of abnormally high temperatures, relative to the expected conditions at that given time and place. The exact definition varies around the world, but all heatwaves are classed as extreme weather events. Weather Record Breaking weather in Norway 08 January 2020 Just two days into 2020, a new high temperature record was set in Norway. In the small town of Sunndalsøra, the weather felt more like mid-summer than the bleak depths of winter, as temperatures soared to 19.0°C. Weather A summer to remember 16 October 2019 What a summer! With everything that went on we think a review of this year’s British summer is in order. Weather Wildfires across the Globe 30 August 2019 There have been a number of exceptional wildfires so far this year Weather Exceptional July 2019 13 August 2019 Data from the World Meteorological Organization and the Copernicus Climate Change Programme indicates that the global mean temperature for July this year matched and possibly slightly exceeded the record for the hottest month on record. Weather All-time temperature records broken in UK and Europe 26 July 2019 Thursday 25th July 2019 was a record-breaking day for temperatures in the UK and parts of Europe.