In the Spotlight Routing apps can deliver real-time insights into traffic emissions 20 August 2020 Routing apps such as Google Maps or Nokia’s Here platform could offer a cost-effective way of calculating emission hotspots in real time, say researchers at the University of Birmingham. Citizen Science Science Experiments for Children - Air Pollution 19 August 2020 Dr Emily Shuckburgh OBE FRMetS - Director at Cambridge Zero has made another video of science experiments for children. This time the experiments are about air pollution. Weather WeatherLive: Past, Present and Future 12 August 2020 The Royal Meteorological Society’s annual event for weather and climate enthusiasts returns as an online virtual event on Saturday 17 October - WeatherLive: Past, Present and Future. In the Spotlight State of the UK Climate 2019 05 August 2020 The latest report compiled by the Met Office and published by the Royal Meteorological Society was released on Friday the 31st of July. Climate Global Atmospheric Circulation 04 August 2020 The weather we get on earth is driven by the sun’s energy; the atmosphere is heated by the sun and spun by the rotation of the earth. In the Spotlight The Extreme Seasonality of 'Winterpeg' 22 July 2020 Dr Michelle McCrystall is a polar scientist who is currently working at the University of Manitoba. Having moved to the city of Winnipeg in the last 6 months, she has experienced some dramatic changes in climate across the seasons. 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? In the Spotlight Scottish Snow Patches Report 2019/2020 07 July 2020 Iain Cameron and Blair Fyffe have just published the 24th annual report on the survival of Scottish snow patches in July’s issue of Weather. Citizen Science Weather Forecasting 'Fantasy League' Game 03 July 2020 Weather forecasting ‘fantasy league’ game lets players take on the experts!