In the Spotlight Weather Spooky weather 22 October 2021 Halloween can be a scary time of year when it comes to the weather. From ghost-grey fogs to howling gales, just about anything is possible. Here’s a quick round up of some of the best spooky weather phenomena. In the Spotlight Weather Weather Photographer of the Year: Setting the scene - Storm Chasing 16 June 2021 Some of the most dramatic photos submitted to Weather Photographer of the Year are those of storms. Paul Knightley reveals the secrets of storm chasing and his near miss with a deadly tornado Research Summaries Southern hemisphere tropical cyclones: A critical analysis of regional characteristics 13 July 2020 Summary of the research article published in the RMetS International Journal of Climatology In the Spotlight Tornadoes in the United States are increasing in power 28 February 2019 Tornadoes are the most violent of atmospheric storms with wind speeds exceeding 120 m/s. Weather A History of Storm Chasing 26 June 2018 Article by RMetS Member Cammie Czuchnicki about the history of storm chasing In the Spotlight Spinning up enthusiasm for meteorology 27 March 2017 There is very little that is certain about climate change and tornadoes. In the Spotlight Let’s twist again like we did last summer 27 March 2017 In a talk I was giving last week on the physics of thunderstorms, to a joint meeting of the Institute of Physics and the Institute of Engineering and Technology, I could not resist mentioning tornadoes. In the Spotlight Mike Olbinski - Storm Chaser 27 March 2017 Mike Olbinski was born in 1975 in Glendale, Arizona and has lived in the general Phoenix area his entire life. He is married with three children. In this article, Mike explains where his passion for storm chasing and photography originates from In the Spotlight Tripping down tornado alley: Storm chaser Martin Lisius on tourists and tornadoes 18 April 2013 Storm chaser Martin Lisius on when to chase and when not to.