Meteorologist Delivers the Most Pun-Tastic 'Harry Potter' Weather Report

Meteorologist Delivers the Most Pun-Tastic 'Harry Potter' Weather Report

Just call her LOLdemort, because meteorologist Sian Welby had the hosts of London radio show Capital Breakfast laughing into their microphones when she delivered a Harry Potter themed forecast on Tuesday.

She packed more than a dozen Harry Potter puns into less than two minutes on air, including such gems as "Time to QuidDITCH that winter coat" and "a few showers will Slyther-in."

Welby ended her forecast with the quite excellent suggestion that everyone "Muggle together" outside for a nice barbecue.

The special theme of the weather report was a nod to the upcoming play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which started previews on Tuesday.

Read more: This Couple's Harry Potter-Themed Wedding Will Make You Cry Wizard Tears

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