Piers Morgan, 55, was on hand to host Good Morning Britain alongside co-star Susanna Reid, 49, but the pair were also joined by Laura, 38, and news anchor Charlotte Hawkins, 45, in the studio. In a discussion about the number of storms which have occurred this year, the weather presenter explained meteorologists are going to start naming them in correlation with the Greek alphabet. However, as she tried to speak to ITV viewers about the developments, the outspoken journalist jumped in as he thought he knew more about the subject than his colleague did.
Starting her forecast, Laura said: “Before we get to the weather in the UK, I just have an incredible satellite image of across the Atlantic."
Displaying a meteorological picture of the world from space from Monday, the presenter continued: “There were five named storms.
“This is only the second time this has ever happened - the first time it’s happened in nearly 50 years,” before delving into each one a little further.
Referring to the problem with the names of the storms, the forecaster added: “There is one letter left and when we run out of