Today’s edition of BBC Breakfast saw regular presenter Dan Walker transported to the site of the D-Day commemoration service in London today.
Weather forecaster Carol Kirkwood was also doing a special segment for the D-Day events - and even reflected on what kind of weather soldiers in World War II would have seen.
Yet as the pair attempted to link up from their respective locations, they struggled when some technical difficulties made their duties quite difficult.
Carol began by discussing the latest forecast, where she said: “Low pressure is dominating our weather. It’s low pressure that brought all the rain yesterday and it’s continued to move northwards with it in France, bringing the rain across Scotland and Northern Ireland.
“So this morning you’ll hang on to the rain but through the day it will start to push towards the northwest of Scotland and northwest of Northern Ireland allowing some brighter conditions to develop behind but still the risk of showers.
“Cloud will start to ease and some of us starting off on a sunny note. But as temperatures rise through the day there’ll be other showers sparked.
“Incredible to think that way back in 1944 low pressure was with us, and Dan, once again, this time in 2020, we still have low pressure dominating us.
Staring at the VT with a grin, Dan asked: “Amazing, isn’t it Carol?”
Unfortunately, there was a delay with the sound and Carol continued to smile in silence at the presenter.
Dan waited a bit longer for a response but unfortunately he