Mark is the creator of StormHour. Based in Macclesfield, NW England. Mark brought his passions for photography & the weather together. Nominated for the World Weather Photographer of 2016, his photograph "Hailstone over Jodrell Bank" can be found in the 2017 Royal Meteorological Calendar (he's the pin-up for May)
Mark maintains the website, promotes StormHour and Meteorology, hosts the weekly weather photo competition with The Royal Meteorological Society (more below) and generally gets involved far too much. You can say hello to him on Twitter at @SnapYourWorld or connect via LinkedIn
Adele is our Social Media specialist and Twitter expert. Another weather geek (we all are) and amateur photograher.
Based in Manchester, Adele is the engine of StormHour, keeping the Social Media feeds active and seeking out great content to share. Adele can be found on Twitter Amethyst09
Mark Tarello is our Meteorological expert. Based in Mankato, Southern Minnesota, Mark is the Chief Meteorologist at KEYC News 12. Originally from Massachusetts Mark has been an on-air Meteorologist for over 20 years.As Adele finally switches off her computer on one side of the Atlantic, Mark is firing up his on the other to keep our North American followers happy!
You can find Mark on Twitter at @mark_tarello
The Royal Meteorological Society
We have been running our famous Photo Competition with The Royal Meteorological Society for nearly a year now. In their own words "The Royal Meteorological Society is the Learned and Professional Society for weather and climate. Our mission is to promote meteorology as a science, profession and interest."
In our words, they know everything there is to know about Meteorology and their website is a brilliant resource for anyone wanting to find out more - so go and take a look at their site or follow them on Twitter @RMetS
One of our primary aims is to promote meteorology and there is no better voice for this than our experienced meteorologists. So many of them have taken the time to be interviewed for our Featured Meteorologist programme and have provided great insight and knowledge to the workings of their profession, and a deeper understanding of what it takes to be a full-time meteorologist.
So, thank you to them all and have a browse through their interviews here.