Welcome to the weekly winners of our weather and landscape photo competition.
The Royal Meteorological Society are kindly offering their 2018 calendar as first prize in our weekly competition. The Calendar features the stunning shortlisted images from the Weather Photographer of the Year 2017; a competition ran in partnership with the Royal Photographic Society. You can follow the society on twitter @RMetS
As always the final decision is very subjective and a difficult choice has to be made from so many great entries. Thank you @RMetS for judging and we hope you enjoy their choice and the best of the rest beneath!
1st Place The Crana River, Buncrana, Ireland by Michael Mc Elroy @M_McElroy
2nd Place Four Peaks and Lightning by Bryan Snider @BryanSnider
3rd Place Stunning sunrise over Sandbanks beach in Poole by Rachel Baker @Saintsmadmomma
Thank you to all who entered. If you would like to know more about the competition and how to enter then please visit our weather photo competition page
The Best of the Rest:
@StormHour Sometimes, like on this misty afternoon at Ullswater in the English Lake District, the simplicity of shades of grey and of light & dark can create a moody atmosphere #StormHour #POTW pic.twitter.com/8WWeCseHFl— Graham Fraser (@frasergj) August 20, 2018
Located on the north-easternmost coastal tip of Ireland, Ballycastle is part of an area of outstanding natural beauty, and is well-worth the visit. @StormHour #StormHour #POTW pic.twitter.com/BUYlQq1JZN— David Brownlow (@DBdigitalimages) August 19, 2018