Richard Hammond's Wildest Weather

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Deadly weather may rise 50 percent from now to 2100 loading...
Deadly weather may rise 50 percent from now to 2100
As human-driven climate change wreaks havoc on the jet stream, heat waves, droughts, and other extreme weather may get more common, a study says.
‘Cli-fi’ writers imagine unchecked climate change loading...
‘Cli-fi’ writers imagine unchecked climate change
A new fiction series from top authors challenges readers to confront big questions in surprising ways.
Bill Gates launches effort to help the world adapt to climate change loading...
Bill Gates launches effort to help the world adapt to climate change
Many people are already facing the impacts of a changing climate and need help adjusting now, world leaders assert.
Australia In Danger Of More Catastrophic Fires, Says New Forecast loading...
Australia In Danger Of More Catastrophic Fires, Says New Forecast
A new satellite study by Aussie scientists predicts increasingly dangerous fire weather.
Beware: The Supermoon Is Causing Supertides loading...
Beware: The Supermoon Is Causing Supertides
Tides are expected to be at their highest in almost 19 years
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Tornados Still A Mystery To Scientists
Much about these destructive atmospheric storms is still unknown
About the Show

Weather: it’s big, it’s beautiful and it’s wild. Tornadoes, sandstorms and flash floods take simple ingredients like air, earth and water and transform them into something spectacular, powerful and incredibly dangerous.

Richard Hammond gets right in amongst real weather – even if he sometimes has to resort to making it himself – to uncover the unexplained, the unexpected and the just plain unlikely.

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