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BBC News weatherman loses it live on-air but somehow 'makes' it through - BBC News
BBC News weatherman loses it live on-air but somehow 'makes' it through - BBC News
BBC News weatherman loses it live on-air but somehow 'makes' it through - BBC News

BBC News weatherman loses it live on-air but somehow 'makes' it through - BBC News - BBC News

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After forgetting where his colleague Jane Hill was reporting from BBC News weatherman Tomasz Schafernaker laughs his way through the forecast....somehow. Well done for making it though.

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