Feeling under the weather? It could be because of all the rain: Scientists link stomach bugs to wetter conditions and storms

Feeling under the weather It could be because of all the rain: Scientists link stomach bugs to wetter conditions and stormsTorrential rain leads to drains overflowing which spreads bacteriaThe bacteria, if ingested, makes us illViroclime project looks at climate change and waterborne viruses By Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 16:30 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 07:47 GMT, 7 January 2013 Sick: The weather might make us miserable, but it could also be making us ill, according to scientists It's not unusual for the inclement British weather to make us feel a little miserable, but it could also be making us ill, say scientists.

Prince and Princess Michael of Kent brave wet weather to enjoy dinner at one of Pippa Middleton"s favourite haunts

Can't rain on their parade: Prince and Princess Michael of Kent brave wet and windy weather to enjoy dinner at one of Pippa Middleton's favourite haunts | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 23 November 2012 Prince and Princess Michael of Kent proved yesterday that torrential rain and high winds won't get in the way of a royal night out.