The Royal Meteorological Society is currently running a short survey to find out about individuals using instruments and weather stations for personal use and how the information is recorded and shared.
For meteorologists and weather enthusiasts, the storm chasing season are the most exciting weeks in the meteorological calendar. During May and June, thousands of people from across the world will travel to the Great Plains of America hoping to witness impressive thunderstorms, giant hail, and most sought-after, the perfect tornado.
Photo: One of the world's largest coal-fired stations, the 5,400 MW Bełchatów Power Station in Poland. Source: Wiki
Around 170 countries are gathered and expected to sign the new Paris Agreement on climate change today, corresponding with International Earth Day.
Photo: The sighting came from Tofino on the west of Vancouver Island, Canada
Credit: Tofino Photography
The Royal Meteorological Soceity received these photographs this week, sent in from Tofino, on the west of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada, asking for an explanation of how they are formed.