Weatherman Apologizes for Incorrect Forecast

BBC forecaster says he's sorry after ignoring computer weather models that predicted rain.
3:00 | 08/20/12

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Something that never. Ever happens to Good Morning America viewers an unexpected rain storm -- your weekend never no way. But after a huge public outrage actually a London a forecaster was forced to come clean. On television. Because -- off thunderstorms that which would not represented an awful costs over the past couple of days as a I have to say the cunning blend confuses. It turns out the for broadcasters at the BBC thought they knew more than those computers and they ignored the computer forecast for rain they predicted sun for very important holiday weekend -- Like yeah. And they do ever done anything that I've got the BBC executives say you're sorry in the nation -- Well we didn't think only do one great Italian word to -- And so the -- ever seen you know we'll forecaster apologize -- Well look you can you can you can go with your own forecasting or you can go with the computers and sometimes there opposite -- -- got to decide which way you gonna go. They went with their own forecasts that and they were wrong and England though -- for being the forecast that says that calls for read -- probably because Diana died. That's really what it's always -- percent chance of rain yeah. Right. If that until this conference. And baseball.

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