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Queen's 'crush' BBC star Tomasz Schafernaker – rude on-air gaffe to 'porn star' look
Queen Elizabeth II, had a bit of a soft spot for BBC weather presenter Tomasz Schafernaker.He's best known for that awkward clip of him flipping the finger at his BBC co-stars not realising he was live on-air, but he's also got a hidden talent he rarely shows off on television.Tomas was voted Britain's favourite weatherperson a few years ago, and it's clear to see why – but he was reportedly also a favourite in the royal household.READ NEXT: Queen 'had secret crush' on popular BBC weatherman and always watched him in final daysA source recently claimed that the late monarch would always watch the weather when Tomasz presented it and she had taken a bit of a fancy to him.But what else has Tomas done in life?As well as becoming one of the BBC's weather presenters, Tomasz has delighted viewers with a guest appearances on Would I Lie To You and Celebrity Masterchef.That's not all, as he has also had a number of famous on-air moments and wowed fans with his hidden talent.Weather presenter Tomasz, 43, was born in Gdansk, Poland and embarked on a degree in meteorology at the University of Reading.After joining the BBC, he became a familiar face during its main news programme and was voted Britain's favourite weatherperson in 2017.He has also regularly shared photographs with his fellow co-stars including Reeta Chakrabarti and former news presenter Simon McCoy from the set on social media too.Tomasz and former BBC news presenter Simon McCoy often delighted viewers with their on-screen chatter.However, a moment between the two went viral in 2010, after Tomasz jokingly raised his middle finger to the presenter before a weather segment.Simon had joked with viewers that the weather bulletin would be "100% accurate", before Tomasz
Neil Armstrong - Tomasz Schafernaker - Met Office issues yellow warnings as ferocious 70mph winds and heavy rain blasts through - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - Scotland - Ireland
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Met Office issues yellow warnings as ferocious 70mph winds and heavy rain blasts through
The Met Office has issued three yellow warnings for wind and rain and has further alerted three flood warnings across the country.They predict an "energetic weather pattern" will bring wet weather and storm like conditions.Some colder north-westerly blasts are likely to bring wintry showers to western and northern areas, interwoven with belts of rain moving from west to east and potential for strong winds early in the week.WXCharts has stated that there could be up to 5.5mm of rain taking charge over some regions at the start of the week.Forecasters have raised that conditions will continue to worsen before the arrival of 18C temperatures.The downpour is predicted to be the heaviest in the South West of England, while 70mph gales will swoop down the west coast of Britain.The Met Office chief meteorologist Neil Armstrong said: "An energetic, mobile weather pattern is driving successive low-pressure systems across the Atlantic over the coming days.'With high pressure to the east of the UK these systems stall and weaken as they reach us and bring spells of rain and wind together with milder air."At this time no National Severe Weather warnings have been issued." On Sunday, a yellow warning is in place for southern regions with risks of some travel disruption.The warning extends to Wales, Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland on Sunday.Looking ahead to next week, people can expect spring-like temperatures, especially in the south.Bad weather will clear on Monday when "more settled" weather conditions are expected to return. To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here . BBC weather forecaster Tomasz Schafernaker has raised hopes that sunny weather is on its way after
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