Sean took part in a live web chat after Monday night’s second episode of Weatherwatch. If you missed it, you can watch it here.
STV’s resident weatherman spoke to tour guide Ellert Sigurdsson about Iceland’s volcanic landscape.
STV’s favourite weatherman took a trip to Kinlochleven Climbing Centre to have a go at ice climbing.
Gritter driver Donny Smith speaks about his job, making sure the roads around the country are as slip-free as possible.
The Weatherwatch wonder takes a close look at the equipment keeping our busy airports open in winter weather.
Weatherman Sean Batty speaks to airline pilot Benedict Arnursson about his job and how the weather affects it.
Find out how the airport handles winter weather and how much they have invested to ensure passengers travel with minimum disruption.
Weatherman Sean tackles more viewers’ questions and queries, following on from his successful show Weatherwatch with Sean Batty.
The STV weatherman travelled to Iceland to find out how Icelandic volcanoes affect the climate and weather.
The STV weatherman had a go at taking some scenic pictures with the help of Herald photographer Martin Shields.