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The Weather Club

25 March 2020

Who doesn’t love chatting about the weather? As a nation we are completely fascinated by the topic, and whilst we may now be stuck indoors, that doesn’t mean the conversation can’t still take place. In fact there is a whole community of people taking to the internet to find out more and develop their learning by joining The Weather Club - why don’t you join in too?

Being part of The Weather Club opens up a community of people for whom the weather is more than just something that happens outdoors, such as gardeners, walkers, outdoors sports enthusiasts, amateur meteorologists, or people who happen to have a close interest in the world around them. The club provides a fantastic source of information about this most fascinating and topical of subjects from some of the top experts in their fields.

As we have started COVID-19 social distancing and thinking about the impact it will have on society, The Weather Club explores the affect it is having on our climate, with a look at the latest satellite images and data on the reduction of air pollution since countries have started to shut down.

Other new articles explore the discovery of an unusual Arctic ozone hole that has recently developed, and a discussion on the state of the global climate in 2019. There is also a peek at what Spring 2020’s weather may have in store.

Plus, a wealth of features, facts, folklore, videos and podcasts to enjoy.

Register for free today for full access, including the opportunity to speak to experts about the weather.