Lucy Verasamy, 39, regularly keeps her fans up-to-date from weather warnings to global record-breaking temperatures. It was no different when the ITV weather star took to Twitter after she spotted an unusual discovery yesterday.
The meteorologist shared two pictures taken from the Metropolitan Desk which showed a map of Scandinavia who have broken their highest ever winter temperature record at 19 degrees.
The post read: “Scandinavia have just broken their highest ever winter temperature record, with 19C recorded at Sunndalsøra this morning.”
In view of her 162,000 followers, Lucy captioned the post: “Bonkers to have such mild air so far north during mid-winter.”
Fans inundated the star with comments, with many shocked by the increasing temperatures during the cold months.
READ MORE: Lucy Verasamy: ITV weather star speaks out on ‘struggles’
ITV weather star Lucy Verasamy reveals ‘bonkers’ discovery (Image: ITV/GETTY)
Lucy Verasamy shared a snap from the Metropolitan Office showing rising temperatures (Image: TWITTER • LUCY VERASAMY)
One person tweeted: “Glad that meteorologists, like yourself are pointing out these very strange weather patterns.”
Another person commented: “It's the increasing regularly of these phenomena/records that global leaders MUST grasp. Whomever/whatever to blame...it's a rather moot point when ultimately, the planet needs to collectively pull it's finger out with reactive and preventative measures quickly.”
While a third person added: “The world is slowly boiling itself to death #ClimateEmergency.”
Lucy had previously tweeted about the record-breaking temperatures in the Scandinavian regions.
Lucy Verasamy delivered her latest weather forecast on ITV (Image: ITV)
Lucy Verasamy regularly keeps her fans updated on Twitter (Image: GETTY)
She wrote: “Norway has never-seen-before mild air. In 2019 we saw