Weather Convective Storms 10 June 2020 Convective storms or Thunderstorms, as they are more commonly referred to in the UK, are severe local storms associated with thunder, lightning, heavy rain, hail, strong winds and sudden changes in temperature. Citizen Science Lockdown Science Experiments for Younger Children 27 May 2020 Dr Emily Shuckburgh - Director at Cambridge Zero has created a video of science experiments aimed at younger children about the properties of ice and the impact of climate change. 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. Citizen Science CloudCatcher - Citizen Science Project 20 May 2020 CloudCatcher is a beautiful new citizen science project on the Zooniverse app: here’s why you should take part! Weather WPotY 2020 Competition 20 May 2020 The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) is calling on photographers of all ages and abilities to enter its annual photography competition, ‘Weather Photographer of the Year 2020’ and ‘Young Weather Photographer of the Year 2020'. Weather Rainbows - How Are They Formed? 28 April 2020 Rainbows are one of the most admired meteorological phenomena across the globe, but how are they formed? Weather Cyclone Harold 14 April 2020 Extensive damage has been reported in Fiji as Cyclone Harold’s trail of destruction through the Southern Pacific continues. Climate The Indian Monsoon in a Changing Climate As part of the larger-scale Asian monsoon, the monsoon over India is formed due to intense solar heating in late spring as the solar maximum moves north from the equator. In the Spotlight How Will COVID-19 Affect the Weather Forecast? 26 March 2020 Aeroplanes provide important information about the current state of the atmosphere, and have done since the beginning of commercial flights.