Kerrie's been out of the weather office and into the region - but not alone! Some really interesting people have been sharing their time and their talent.
Local artists from around the northwest have very kindly talked to Kerrie about (and taken her to) the places that have inspired their art.
For the final instalment of this series Kerrie headed to the northern tip of the region - The Lake District, Cumbria. There she met Kendal artist Kate Bentley with her watercolours at Blea Tarn.
ABOVE: 'Artist in the Landscape'. We join KATE BENTLEY by the water at Blea Tarn, Cumbria.
For the fourth visit around the region Kerrie met up with brothers Tim and Andy Burgess at Tatton Park in Cheshire. They began with a tree stump, working with Oak and Cedar, but with a little help from a selection of power tools, made something quite beautiful.
ABOVE: 'The Artist in the Landscape' - We join Cheshire wood sculpter TIM BURGESS, along with brother Andy at Tatton Park
Sharing his time for the third in this series is Blackpool artist LES DARLOW. Kerrie met him, along with his pastels and easel, on the banks of the River Wyre at Poulton-le-Fylde.
ABOVE:'The Artist in the Landscape - We join LES DARLOW of Blackpool along the River Wyre in Poulton-le-Fylde
The second in this series is James Naughton from Bolton. Kerrie and James visited the hills near Rivington Pike, overlooking the town of Horwich, Greater Manchester.
ABOVE: Week 2 - 'The Artist in the Landscape' - We join JAMES NAUGHTON of Bolton overlooking Horwich and the Lower Rivington Reservoir
The first in this series was Chris Shields from Sale. Kerrie and Chris visited the Goyt Valley near Whaley Bridge in the southeastern corner of the region, on the edge of the Peak District.
ABOVE: 'The Artist in the Landscape' - We join CHRIS SHIELDs of Sale in the Goyt Valley