BBC News: Carol Kirkwood speechless as studio guests interrupt weather with 'heckling' 

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BBC Breakfast returned to BBC One earlier today as Dan Walker was joined by Naga Munchetty to present Tuesday’s instalment of the show. 

Throughout the morning, the pair crossed over to meteorologist Carol Kirkwood, who was reporting on the weather from a studio instead of being on location. 

During one of her updates, those watching at home saw her speak about the chances of rain some places in the UK might experience over the bank holiday weekend. 

But it wasn’t until she had finished and handed over to Naga, when she was told about the response the weather update had received. 

“Low pressure in the north, producing some rain and still pretty breezy,” Carol explained in reference to the outlook on Thursday. 

“We will see more rain coming in across Northern Ireland and western Scotland generally. But further south we’ve got a lot of dry weather, a bit of cloud and highs up to 23 degrees Celsius. 

“Then for Friday, still have the rain, move south, the cloud breaking, the temperature continuing to rise and we’re looking of about highs of 26 degrees Celsius on Friday in the south east,” she continued before concluding: “Dan and Naga.” 

“Carol, you’ve been heckled in the studio this morning!” Naga commented. “And it wasn’t me for once! Can you believe it?” 

Finding the revelation a big awkward, Carol simply replied: “No.” 

“Yes, every time you said ‘more rain’, I’m hearing on the other side of the studio ‘ugh’.” Naga explained. 

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“I’ve been having to convince our Steph’s guests that the weather is going to be getting better. And you did deliver of course!”

Dan then felt the need to give Carol some background information and said: “It’s because Carol we have some members of the farming community. 

“All this week we are talking about focusing on farming and Steph, a few groans and moans over there.” 

Carol then disappeared from view and the camera switched to business reporter Steph McGovern at the other side of the studio. 

“Yes, that’s the most interactive weather broadcast I’ve ever seen!” She remarked, before asking her guests: “Not happy with Carol’s weather forecast there were you?” 

“Well I’m just thinking of my work load at home! A bit nicer weather would be nice,” the guest replied. 

“Well, I’ll have a word with Carol and see what we can do!” Steph joked in response. 

It comes after yesterday’s show last week when Naga interviewed Kwasi Kwarteng MP.  

One of BBC Breakfast’s hot topics is Brexit and Energy Minister Kwarteng was on a live video link to speak about the power blackout some of the UK experienced last week. 

But Naga wouldn’t let him go without briefly bringing up the increase in energy prices should a no deal Brexit occur. 

BBC Breakfast airs everyday at 6am on BBC One. 

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