When theWeather Club launched in September 2010 it produced a quarterly publication, theWeather magazine. Its content reflected the many faces of the weather - its beauty, its power, its occasional absurdity and its fragility in the face of human activity. It had an international news digest and a range of features covering areas as diverse as science, culture, sport, politics, food, gardening, sailing and history.

Designed by the man named Designer of the Year at the 2010 Independent Publisher Awards, theWeather was itself an award winning magazine. In 2011, it scooped a number of awards for Editor of the Year, Writer of the Year and the brilliant and much coveted title of Launch of the Year. This was in addition to winning the European Meteorological Society’s Outreach and Communication Award of 2011.

For more than two years, members of the Weather Club enjoyed this beautiful and informative magazine with nine issues plus a launch issue and one-off bookazine being published. Unfortunately, due to financial constraints issue 9, produced in December 2012, was the last issue of theWeather.

You can still purchase back copies of theWeather magazine from our online shop.

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Welcome to theWeather magazine

Issue 04 out in September 2011

Weather report: May

Strawberry crops, British bushfires, a European drought and the opening of Lousiana's floodgate.

Behind the folklore

Is there any truth in the St Swithun's Day legend?

Paul Hardaker

What Paul's garden can tell us about climate.

The Prodigal Sun

Basking in the sunniest town on the British mainland – Eastbourne

Ellen Macarthur

The greatest sailor of her generation on sailing, storms and taking young cancer patients out on the swell.

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Birthday Weather