BBC Breakfast star Carol Kirkwood, 58, gave viewers her regular weather update during today’s broadcast, before being quizzed by host Dan Walker, 44. The broadcaster was joined by his co-presenter Louise Minchin, 52, on the sofa as they discussed the latest headlines.
The pair mentioned Manchester City’s Champions League semi-final against Paris Saint-German at Ethiad Stadium last night.
However, a furious onslaught of hailstones rained down ahead of kick-off, leaving ground staff working to clear the debris off the pitch.
As the meteorologist wrapped up her weather forecast, Dan asked: “Carol can I ask you something?
“We were talking about snow on the pitch yesterday where Manchester City managed to get the better of PSG. Snow in May in Manchester is very rare, isn’t it?”
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Carol hesitated, before saying: “In the middle of the city yes it is rare but it’s not unusual.
“Not particularly unusual for somewhere like Scotland.”
She continued: “I’ve seen snow in June on the hills in Scotland, Dan.”
Louise interjected: “There you go.”
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Carol added: “At lower levels, yes it’s rare. Especially in England but not so much in Scotland.”
Following the weather star’s admission, the Breakfast host appeared somewhat taken aback by her response.
Dan commented: “Carol, that’s the kindest ever way of saying, ‘Shut up. You’re talking nonsense.'”
The BBC weather forecaster broke out into hysterics, as Carol chuckled at her co-star’s remark.
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The Breakfast host attempted to reiterate his point, as he explained that snow was a rarity at this time of year.
“What I’m talking about is that to see them clearing snow off the football pitch in May is rare, is what I’m saying. Sorry,” Dan pointed out.
Carol replied: “I’ll give you that one, Dan.”
He finished: “Thank you for being as lovely as ever, Carol.”
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Turning towards his co-presenter Louise, Dan commented: “She could have put me away quite spectacularly there.”
Louise chimed: “She’s very, very kind.”
The Breakfast presenters are known for going back and forth with one another on the news programme.
BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.
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