The competition is organised by the Royal Meteorological Society and The Royal Photographic Society.
The Royal Meteorological Society and The Royal Photographic Society are looking for the best photographs from around that world that depict weather in its widest sense. This could range from weather phenomena such as clouds, lightning, rain, fog and wind through to the impact of weather on man, cities and the natural landscape. We’re looking for stunning images that might be dramatic in what they depict or because of the story they tell about the impact of weather.
You may enter up to 6 single images. Images should have been taken within the past three years
• 2017 Weather Photographer of the Year: £500 cash plus one year membership of The RPS and RMetS
• 17 years and above
1st runner up: £250 cash, plus a one year membership of The RPS
2nd runner up: £200 cash
3rd runner up: £150 cash
• 16 years and under
2017 Young Weather Photographer of the Year: Go-Pro Hero 5.0 action cam and membership of The RPS
Runner up: Olympus camera.