Weatherwatch with Sean Batty made its debut on STV last night, as viewers watched as Scotland’s favourite weatherman travelled to Iceland to see the Aurora Borealis, went dog sledding, and tried snowboarding.
Immediately after the show Sean took part in a live online interview with stv.tv showbiz reporter Laura Boyd, who put questions from users directly to the man himself.
It was a rare chance for people to have all those burning questions answered by popular presenter Sean. For example, what did he think of the elusive Aurora Borealis, how did he get into presenting the weather on telly, and where does he get all those ties from?!
We were inundated with questions for Sean and couldn’t manage to get through all of them – but he didn’t want to disappoint.
So we put some of those extra questions to Sean to answer today so the weatherman could satisfy more of your weather-related curiosity.
Among them included a question about St Elmo’s Fire and what kind of daredevil stunts Sean enjoys – don’t miss it!
Remember stv.tv will be hosting another live web chat immediately after next week’s episode of Weatherwatch with Sean Batty on STV, kicking off around 8.25pm on Monday February 20.
If you’d like to submit questions for Sean, we’d love to hear from you. You can get in touch in various ways; send your questions on the night to Sean via Twitter @SeanBattySTV, through the Weatherwatch e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org or via the STV Live App which works on most mobile devices as well as on your computer. (You can sign up to the STV Live App here, if you haven't already done so, or you can download this as an app on your mobile phone.)
Then all you have to do on Monday night is log on to stv.tv/weatherwatch straight after the show ends at 8.30pm and watch to see if Sean answers your questions.
Remember to also send in your photographs of the winter weather from the last few months too. There have been some real extremes – from snow and ice to hurricane-force winds – throughout the country, and we’d love to see your snaps capturing those wintry days. Email photos to email@example.com.
- Visit the Weatherwatch Twitter
- Visit the Facebook page for Weatherwatch
- Watch the first online interview with Sean
- More on Weatherwatch
People who read this story also read
Sean took part in a live web chat after Monday night’s first episode of Weatherwatch. If you missed it, you can watch it here.