storms

It’s been a quiet year. Not much happened really. The sh*tshow that was 2020 in 220 seconds.
Ever felt a dull, painful ache in your ear on a chilly weekend walk? Here's why it happens.
The prime minister is spending the day at Chevening as the country recovers from Storm Dennis.
A distress call was received by the coastguard at 5.41am.
Parts of the UK are being battered by Storm Freya, with the Met Office issuing a yellow weather warning for both wind and snow. There has been travel disruption caused on motorways, with chaotic footage posted on social media. The turbulent weather comes after an unusual winter heatwave that broke temperature records across the UK in February.
At least 12 people have been killed on the island of Sicily after storms brought torrential flooding, after weather caused severe damage in Italy.
The only thing England can bring home is the weather.
Standing in the path of monster storms is incredibly humbling - so much beauty yet capable of so much devastation, they leave me in a nervous state of awe and wonder
Forget everything you were taught in primary school. Raindrops are not tear-shaped.