Weatherman’s a fibber

It’s not supposed to be raining
‘Cos the man on the TV last night
Stood there and pointed to sunshine
And said the day would be lovely and bright

He’s a fibber and I hope he is sorry
For spoiling our plans for the day
For we’d hoped to be sunning ourselves again
And not stuck inside with dismay

I don’t understand clouds that cover the sun
Why can’t it just rain at night?
For on days I am off what it is that I need
Is an accurate forecast that’s right


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Keith Channing
    Jul 30, 2015 @ 07:41:17

    Despite accusations he’s guessed,
    The forecaster’s art has progressed.
    The one he compiles
    For the great British Isles
    On the BBC’s often the best.

    And if sometimes they get the thing wrong
    There’s no need to make a sing-song
    It’s always their wish
    To be better than Fish
    If a new hurricane comes along

    But there’s one thing I don’t understand
    Though I’m not saying that it ain’t grand
    Is that female presenters
    In most weather centres
    Become pregnant – d’you reckon that’s planned?

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