Look to the night sky during the early hours of Friday to get the best chance of seeing up to 20 meteors per hourRead the full story ›
A good dose of warm sunshine and everything comes to life. Here's just a selection of some of your recent photos......Read the full story ›
Hints of a mini-heatwave this week. It's true that temperatures are on the rise, but not all parts of the northwest will benefit.Read the full story ›
Mainly dry but cold and windy for the Grand National. Going: good to soft, good in placesRead the full story ›
Staying fine on Friday, but with poor air quality. Pollution from mainland Europe. Cooler and more changeable this weekendRead the full story ›
Levels of air pollution are forecast to become High across the Granada region on FridayRead the full story ›
Even where there is cloud cover, the April sun is now strong. There's a higher chance than usual of getting sunburnt over the next few daysRead the full story ›
British Summer Time begins on Sunday 29th March 2015. We may lose an hour in bed but the sun won't set until around 7.40 pm Sunday eveningRead the full story ›
The northwest had some of the best of the UK's weather this past weekend - and some amazing sunsets both Saturday & especially Sunday nightRead the full story ›
Schoolchildren across Lancashire have witnessed a wonder of the universe, thanks to a boy who always wanted to help others.
George Higginson, from Overton, was 10 years old when he died in a road accident. The youngster had previously told his parents he wanted to save lives by donating his organs. Five people lived because of him.
He also wanted to bring science to as many people as possible. Today, his parents donated thousands of filtered glasses to schools, so that pupils could safely watch the event.
The youngster's parents are also raising money to build an observatory, in his name, in a Lancaster park. Supporters say it is among the best places to see the stars through darkened skies.
You can find out more by clicking here.