“I have to apologize to the eastern half of the country: it rained a little more today than I estimated yesterday. I was sitting next to it for a while,” it sounded.
The weatherman had predicted dry weather, but that was a bit disappointing. He was so honest to admit that.
“We are only human and most of the time what I predict is correct. But if I’m wrong for once, I’ll admit it. By the way, I once did it on the radio,” Dehanauw tells us.
Abroad, weathermen and women have already apologized in the broadcast. But not for wrong predictions. British Laura Tobin apologized after presenting it again in a dress with the price tag still attached.
An American weather forecaster apologized after he suddenly lost his mind during his weather talk. The reason was that a colleague’s dog suddenly walked onto the set.
Our own Armand Pien once appeared on TV with red make-up on his cheeks. Red with shame because he was completely wrong with his prediction. Although it must be said that in his time he did not yet have the means that are now available to predict the weather.