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Weather Presenter for @Channel4News. @metoffice qualified meteorologist. Writer. Musician. Tech lover. My views unless otherwise stated.

London heavy rain in slow motion — A heavy downpour in London captured in slow motion.

Plane takeoff time lapse - through the mist and into the sunshine — A time lapse of take off at London Heathrow Airport on Saturday 13th September 2014. The plane takes off in mist and quickly ascends into the sunshine.

Arizona dust storm time lapse: video — Amazing footage has emerged of a dust storm, also known as a Haboob, as it swept across Phoenix, Arizona at the weekend. Weather warnings were issued and a number of properties lost power.

Arizona hit by flash floods: video — Severe storms caused flash floods in the Phoenix area on Monday, breaking an 81-year-old rainfall record. People had to be rescued from cars and roads turned into rivers as water levels rose quickly.

Japan landslide kills dozens — A landslide on the outskirts of the city of Hiroshima, triggered by torrential rain, has left at least 27 people dead, including several children.

Squall line and thunderstorm over west London — A squall line passing over west London from the remnants of Hurricane Bertha, giving thunder, lightning, heavy rain and very strong gusts of wind.

Raindrops almost keep falling on my head... — Raindrops from the remnants of Hurricane Bertha falling over west London.

Channel 4 News - live flood warnings map — Live flood warnings and alerts for England and Wales, updated every 15 minutes with the latest data from the Environment Agency, informing of flood risk in each area.

Hawaii braced for Hurricane Iselle — The people of the Hawaiian islands are preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Iselle, threatening to bring damaging winds, heavy rain, which could cause flash flooding and mudslides.

India landslide: dozens feared trapped — Heavy monsoon rains triggered a landslide in India on Wednesday, burying up to 150 in a village around 37 miles from the western city of Prune in Maharashtra. According to the disaster force's deputy inspector general of operations, seven teams of 42 rescue workers were being sent to help.
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Oct 22, 2014

@richardtench Looks like sunshine and an odd shower, but nothing too bad at all.

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