British weather is set to take a turn for the worst as gale-force winds and torrential rain are forecast to
Baby twins ripped from their dad’s arms were amongst 22 deaths in Tennessee as horrific floods tore through the American
As the UK prepares for one of the wettest summers since records began, there is hope on the horizon the
Brits will roast in a balmy 25C heatwave this summer, forecasters say. The whole of July will see sun worshippers
A chilly and damp week has left the beginning of May wet and wild but that could change with mercury
Brits could face a 270-mile 'snow bomb' with the midlands, east of England and parts of the north worst affected.
Up to 200m, or nearly eight inches of rain, is set to batter the UK within 24 hours, forcing Met
People must “stay indoors” despite this weekend's balmy 17C temperatures to avoid a hay fever “pollen bomb”, experts are warning.