Carol Vorderman took to Twitter this morning to discuss the “horrendous” and “tricky” drive she had due to Storm Brendan. The Countdown favourite spoke out in view of her 421,000 followers, saying she was eager for the weather front to “move on” as soon as possible.
I had an ‘interesting’ six-hour drive together last night… tricky one
Storm Brendan has brought winds of nearly 90mph to parts of the UK, with weather warnings remaining in force.
And the 59-year-old very much felt the effects, with her journey home taking as long as six hours.
Carol posted: “#StormBrendan and I had an ‘interesting’ 6-hour drive together last night… tricky one.”
The mother-of-two thankfully continued: “Arrived late, but safe and sound. Hope all travellers managed the same. Head. Pillow. Hit.”
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Carol Vorderman has opened up about the impact of Storm Brendan on Twitter (Image: WENN • SPLASH)
Carol Vorderman's travel plans were effected by Storm Brendan last night (Image: WENN)
Then in a different exchange with the user, she branded her travels “horrendous” before chatting to BBC Breakfast weather presenter Carol Kirkwood about the current situation.
The former had started: “Morning… ‘Panad o de’ (‘cup of tea’… said in Welsh as… ‘pan-add or dare’) for anyone… coffee's off this morning cos I forgot my sweeteners. Soz.”(sic)
The meteorologist then replied cheekily: “YES PLEASE GG!! Weak, milky, no sugar! Thank you xxxx.”
Carol, who grew up in Wales, went on: “I’m reliably told that's a ‘Julie Andrews’ (White… ie milky, Nun… no sugars).
Carol Vorderman spoke out on Twitter after a horrendous drive home (Image: TWITTER)