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  • A heatwave is predicted
    Britain set for sizzling heatwave 7 ore fa

    Britain will enjoy a heatwave this week as rain and gale-force winds give way to blazing sunshine. Continua »Britain set for sizzling heatwave

    A heatwave is predicted

    Britain will enjoy a heatwave this week as rain and gale-force winds give way to blazing sunshine.

  • Hundreds Die As Heatwave Hits Parts Of India
    Hundreds Die As Heatwave Hits Parts Of India mar 26 mag 2015 15:31 CEST

    More than 750 people have died because of soaring temperatures in parts of southern and northern India, with the heatwave expected to continue this week. The hottest … Continua »Hundreds Die As Heatwave Hits Parts Of India

    Hundreds Die As Heatwave Hits Parts Of India

    More than 750 people have died because of soaring temperatures in parts of southern and northern India, with the heatwave expected to continue this week. The hottest place was the city of Allahabad, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, which saw the mercury rise to 47.7C (117.8F) on Sunday, while the capital, Delhi, …

  • Sunshine is expected to give away to heavy showers
    Sun set to give way to showers mar 26 mag 2015 06:56 CEST

    Children looking to celebrate the half-term holiday by playing in the sunshine may be forced into a change of plans after forecasters predicted a gloomy few days. Continua »Sun set to give way to showers

    Sunshine is expected to give away to heavy showers

    Children looking to celebrate the half-term holiday by playing in the sunshine may be forced into a change of plans after forecasters predicted a gloomy few days.

  • Forecasters predict there will be a mixture of sunshine and showers across the country.
    Bank holiday sunshine and showers gio 21 mag 2015 01:10 CEST

    Britons preparing for a bank holiday weekend getaway may have to pack for all conditions after f orecasters predicted there will be a mixture of sunshine and showers … Continua »Bank holiday sunshine and showers

    Forecasters predict there will be a mixture of sunshine and showers across the country.

    Britons preparing for a bank holiday weekend getaway may have to pack for all conditions after f orecasters predicted there will be a mixture of sunshine and showers across the country.

  • Cold weather was responsible for 7.29% of deaths, the study found
    More deaths 'due to cold weather' gio 21 mag 2015 01:01 CEST

    Cold weather kills 20 times more people than hot weather, according to a study of 74 million deaths around the world. Continua »More deaths 'due to cold weather'

    Cold weather was responsible for 7.29% of deaths, the study found

    Cold weather kills 20 times more people than hot weather, according to a study of 74 million deaths around the world.

  • El Nino could bring bitter winter conditions
    El Nino 'could mean bitter winter' mer 20 mag 2015 15:47 CEST

    A weather event is brewing in the Pacific that could have a major impact on global agriculture and may bring bitter winter conditions to the UK, experts predict. Continua »El Nino 'could mean bitter winter'

    El Nino could bring bitter winter conditions

    A weather event is brewing in the Pacific that could have a major impact on global agriculture and may bring bitter winter conditions to the UK, experts predict.

  • Major flight disruption was caused in recent years amid the Eyjafjallajokull and Grimsvotn volcanic eruptions in Iceland
    Ash study aims to avoid air chaos mar 19 mag 2015 13:38 CEST

    New discoveries about ash clouds could help predict where planes can safely fly following volcanic eruptions, researchers have said. Continua »Ash study aims to avoid air chaos

    Major flight disruption was caused in recent years amid the Eyjafjallajokull and Grimsvotn volcanic eruptions in Iceland

    New discoveries about ash clouds could help predict where planes can safely fly following volcanic eruptions, researchers have said.

  • El Nino Could Lead To Harsh Winter For Britain
    El Nino Could Lead To Harsh Winter For Britain mar 12 mag 2015 20:23 CEST

    A significant rise in water temperature in the Pacific Ocean is likely to have a major impact on the world's weather over the coming months, Australian experts have warned. … Continua »El Nino Could Lead To Harsh Winter For Britain

    El Nino Could Lead To Harsh Winter For Britain

    A significant rise in water temperature in the Pacific Ocean is likely to have a major impact on the world's weather over the coming months, Australian experts have warned. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology said the eastern Pacific is in the early stages of a "substantial" El Nino event, the first in five years. The …

  • Record April Sunshine Drives Retail Sales Up
    Record April Sunshine Drives Retail Sales Up mar 12 mag 2015 10:37 CEST

    The sunniest April since records began helped lift quarterly retail sales to their strongest level for almost a year, according to industry figures. The 0.6% increase … Continua »Record April Sunshine Drives Retail Sales Up

    Record April Sunshine Drives Retail Sales Up

    The sunniest April since records began helped lift quarterly retail sales to their strongest level for almost a year, according to industry figures. The 0.6% increase in like-for-like sales, reported by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG, was credited to a boost from non-food sales as warmer weather returned. …

  • Latest royal news
    Harry's cupcake treat for his fans mar 12 mag 2015 06:59 CEST

    Prince Harry braved the weather to hand out cupcakes to a group of adoring girls who had waited to see him in the pouring rain. Continua »Harry's cupcake treat for his fans

    Latest royal news

    Prince Harry braved the weather to hand out cupcakes to a group of adoring girls who had waited to see him in the pouring rain.