A BBC weather reporter has caused much mirth and confusion after appearing to 'wing it' on the job.
Live on television he used very strange and vague phrases to describe the weather.
Some on social media remarked how odd it was.
However, others enjoyed it, describing it as "brilliant".
@bbcweather whoever was doing the weather after the news at 10 needs their own show! He was brilliant! Even telling me what to do tomorrow!��— Helen (@Miss_HShaw) March 24, 2017
@bbcweather I shall look forward to brunch and a walk tomorrow afternoon ��— Jo Backham (@JoBackham) March 24, 2017
He said: "It's going to be sunny...and there's not really much else to say", prompting some to think he didn't know what else there was to say.
Continuing, he recommended listeners go on a walk, saying: "It'll be lovely weather... for a brunch and maybe a walk in the afternoon".
He also got confused about how often the clocks go forward, rambling: ""The clocks go forward tomorrow night...as they often do...well once a year anyway..."
The BBC weather man is talking all kinds of rambling chat tonight ��— DJ Sistaa (@DJSistaa) March 24, 2017