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As the climate continues to warm we would expect the likelihood of very warm years in central England to increase. England set to swelter through a rash of record hot years

A new study shows as the climate continues to warm we would expect the likelihood of very warm years in central England to increase.

It’s been called the “storm of the century” but how often do storms such as this really happen? Explainer: was the Sydney storm ‘once-in-a-century’?

It’s been called the “storm of the century” but how often do storms such as this really happen?

New research shows the hiatus in global average temperatures is just a blip on the radar compared to the long-term warming we have in store. The climate ‘hiatus’ doesn’t take the heat off global warming

New research shows the hiatus in global average temperatures is just a blip on the radar compared to the long-term warming we have in store.

Researchers using the UK Met Office's Unified Model for atmospheric research are now able to make use of the Met Office's new Science Repository Service. New Met Office Science Repository Service

Researchers using the UK Met Office's Unified Model for atmospheric research are now able to make use of the Met Office's new Science Repository Service

Jules Kajtar and Esteban Abellan Villardon report on the inaugural ENSO workshop held at the ARCCSS UNSW hub on February 4-6, 2015. ENSO Workshop Australia 2015

Jules Kajtar and Esteban Abellan Villardon report on the inaugural ENSO workshop held at the ARCCSS UNSW hub on February 4-6, 2015.

Some people might argue that the greatest moral challenge of our time is serious enough to justify deliberately tampering with our climate. ‘Climate hacking’ would be easy – that doesn’t mean we should do it

Some people might argue that the greatest moral challenge of our time is serious enough to justify deliberately tampering with our climate.

Assoc Prof Todd Lane responds to comments suggesting storms caused by climate change may have played a role when AirAsia flight QZ8501 crashed into the sea on December 28. Could climate change have played a role in the AirAsia crash?

 Assoc Prof Todd Lane responds to comments suggesting storms caused by climate change may have played a role when AirAsia flight QZ8501 crashed into the sea on December 28 between Indonesia and Singapore.

Europe has sweltered through this year, and will break records for its hottest year ever. Scorching 2014 sees records tumble in 19 European countries

It’s clear: 2014 has been a scorcher. As well as probably being the hottest year on record globally, regional and local climate records have tumbled too.

A strong scientific collaboration is continuing to develop between the ARCCSS, Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO, and international partners. The Maritime Continent Initiative: Linking scientists nationally and internationally

A strong scientific collaboration is continuing to develop between the ARCCSS, Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO, and international partners on the unique weather and climate science issues of the Maritime Continent

Neville Nichols and Sophie Lewis explain why weather data prior to 1910 is not reliable in Australia. FactCheck: was the 1896 heatwave wiped from the record?

Neville Nichols and Sophie Lewis explain why weather data prior to 1910 is not reliable in Australia.

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