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9 of the most memorable weather forecasting moments in recent history

Look, we obviously included Teresa.
Apr 22nd 2018, 6:01 PM 7,930 2

TV WEATHER REPORTERS don’t have it easy, lads.

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With our reliance on weather apps and our insistence that a certain month should correlate with a certain type of weather, we often dismiss the forecasts they so earnestly deliver at the end of every news bulletin.

And then there’s the fact that weather reports and live bloopers tend to go hand in hand.

Here we take a look at some of the most memorable to hit the meteorological community.

1. Tomasz Schafernaker giving the finger to his colleagues.

To be fair, Tomasz was goaded into this one. We’d have done the same.

Source: Jon Harvey/YouTube

2. When Teresa Mannion nearly lost the will to live.

It’s only because she cares so much, you know?

Source: Funny Videos #NoChill/YouTube

3. When this bloke had to pretend he was totally cool with his new co-host.

He wasn’t.

Source: NewsFunnies/YouTube

4. When this weatherman could not cope with the shape on the screen.

And neither could anyone else.

Source: C&S Entertainment/YouTube

5. When this lad was only too delighted with the shape on his screen.

No one else was.

Source: Funny Local News/YouTube

6. When Michael Fish got it wrong.

After assuring the public that talk of a hurricane had no grounding in reality, the worst storm to hit South East England for three centuries landed later that evening, caused record damage and killed 19 people.

Source: tvinsider1/YouTube

7. When the wind got the better of pool ol Deric.

That little ‘wooh’ makes it.

Source: Deric Ó hArtagáin/YouTube

8. When Charlie made it so, so awkward for no reason.

Don’t be Charlie.

Source: NewsFunnies/YouTube

9. When this newscaster slut-shamed the weather.

It’s just not on, like.

Source: LatestBloopers/YouTube

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