More often than not, we wake up in the morning, inhale some coffee and then check the weather before we head out for the day. No one wants to rashly run out the house without an umbrella only to find that it’s chucking it down. Founded all the way back in 1854, the UK's national weather service, the Met Office, has long kept us informed of what to expect from the skies, but now it increasingly broadcasts its predictions through social media and graphics, as well as TV and radio. As the Met Office's content and social lead, Ross Middleham is responsible for masterminding this material. He tells us all about working at such an “incredibly scientific” organisation, what it’s like delivering content 24/7 and how he specifically designs for weather, come rain or shine.