After taking over the daily report, viewers (as well as weatherman Alex Beresford) were left in stitches, after the brief but hilarious broadcast.
He began his ‘report’ by pointing to the map of England, saying, ‘no one-t-shirt business’.
After Alex hinted to him that it’s generally cold everywhere, Big Narstie described the south as ‘blitz creek’ and reminded anyone going out to ‘double up, double up, double up, double up.’
His advice for the North West? ‘Wellies; mudfest.’
Cardiff would need ‘extra clothes’, and up in Edinburgh and the Highlands was ‘a bag of snow,’ which sent the studio into uncontrolled laughter.
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) January 16, 2018
‘Moderately cool, but please dress appropriately for the weather’ he said of London. ‘And ladies and kids dress warm. The flu is killing us! The flu is out here to get us! So Lemsip and warm clothes.’
Viewers were thrilled to see the grime star doing his thing describing the weather…
#GMB big narstie for weather man on GMB that was TV gold made my morning
— Beckybecks (@DnBbeckybecks) January 16, 2018
— Kurt Martinez (@kurtmartinez) January 16, 2018
— C.p (@CRAIGPEARCE1981) January 16, 2018
Towards the end, Alex interjected: ‘You can stop now because you were just a little bit too good.’
To which Narstie replied: ‘I’m not coming for your job, I’m not coming for your job!’
Who knows if GMB’s about to sign a new weather reporter in the coming days – the forecast for that one’s foggy.