Lucy Verasamy responds after ITV viewer hits out at her weather update: ‘What’s going on?’

Lucy Verasamy stuns in a sparkly ensemble for weather forecast

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Lucy Verasamy, 40, has spoken out on the dramatic changes in the weather forecast in the UK after an ITV viewer admitted they couldn’t understand what had been “going on” in recent weeks. It comes after the ITV Weather presenter took to Twitter on Tuesday to inform her 168,000 followers of the day’s record breaking temperatures.

She penned: “It’s the warmest March day for over half a century.”

However, one ITV viewer took issue with her tweet as they discovered the forecast had suddenly changed, showing much colder temperatures were on the way.

They wrote back: “Now it’s forecasting snow here (Suffolk) on Easter Monday. 

“What’s going on?”

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Fortunately, Lucy was quick to offer the Twitter user an explanation behind the unpredictable conditions.

She retweeted their post and hit back: “Snow is statistically more likely at Easter than Christmas,” alongside a woman shrugging emoji, a snowflake emoji, and a rabbit emoji.

Fans took to the comments section of Lucy’s post to share their thoughts on the surprising statistic.

One person wrote: “Used to go to my grandparents house on the Norfolk/Suffolk border for Easter in the 70s, remember waking up to snow on more than a couple of occasions.”

 

Another added: “You shouldn’t worry to much let’s face it they can’t predict the wether a day ahead let alone 4.”(sic)

A third fan commented: “What about this global warming!! Snow at easter, surely this should be a thing of the past!!”

A fourth person penned: “What will be will be, don’t shoot the messenger. What might sweeten it a little is if you could just use that powerful weather computer to give me 6 numbers with a good chance of winning Saturdays lottery.”(sic)

A fifth quipped: “Lucy. Don’t do this to us love. We need nice weather, can’t you send the snow elsewhere?”

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Lucy previously disappointed fans when she shared a weather map from the Met Desk’s Twitter page last weekend.

The map gave a glimpse of the expected warm to cooler temperatures from Monday to Sunday.

The caption read: “A roller coaster ride of temperatures for the UK, with summer-like warmth early next week replaced by cold northerly winds at Easter.”

Lucy shared the tweet on her page, writing: “Don’t be (April) fooled by the warmth early next week – much colder by Easter weekend will it be a snowy or sunny bunny?!”

One user wrote in response: “Doh! Just had to spoil it didn’t you – thank you for the warning, stay safe.”

Elsewhere, Lucy previously spilled on the messages she had received from some of her followers.

She told the Daily Express: “People see presenters in their living rooms day in, day out and they think that they know us. The public can be very vocal.

“The comments on Twitter are always really active. I read everything.

“I get comments saying my arms are lovely and toned and others saying I look too thin, you can’t do right for doing wrong.”

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