The UK’s weirdly unpredictable weather was a hot topic – 12+ funniest takes
As the UK and Ireland basked in the sunshine in the run-up to Easter, with temperatures making it to the mid-twenties, the weather forecasters warned us of a change on the way.
They weren’t kidding.
7 days is a long time in weather… 🥵➡️🥶
Last Tuesday This Tuesday pic.twitter.com/GcdZkV5TJM
— BBC Weather (@bbcweather) April 6, 2021
What they should have said was that a day is a long time in weather.
“what’s england like?” pic.twitter.com/KsfePqbJtg
— ︎joe (@jxeker) April 6, 2021
Naturally, tweeters had a lot to say on the hot topic.
Difficult not to think about climate change whilst sat here with sunburn and wondering where I put the sledge
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) April 6, 2021
Ah, it's that unforgettable moment when you see the first freezing sleet of Spring.
— paul bassett davies (@thewritertype) April 6, 2021
Summary of the UK weather in the last 45 minutes pic.twitter.com/5zTLf9lEGz
— simon buschenfeld (@buschenfeld) April 6, 2021
The Eskimo have 17 words for snow. I’ve got 3. Fuck right off.
— Paul (@bingowings14) April 6, 2021
Nothing says UK weather like waking up to sun and it snowing a few hours later.
— boohoo (@boohoo) April 6, 2021
— Alex K Phillips (@Alexkphillips) April 5, 2021
This is a really hard thing to admit but I think I caused the cold weather coming back because I bought some running shorts 🙁 I’m really sorry, I fucked up
— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) April 6, 2021
ME: who called it snow in Scotland and not a McFlurry? anyway you've been a great audience
CRYING WOMAN HUGGING HER CHILDREN: please leave our home
— Marty Lawrence (@TeaAndCopy) April 6, 2021
Bright sunshine, freezing cold, strong winds and now we have snow. It's been just like that Crowded House song.
You know, Pineapple Head.
— Michael Glasper (@michaelglasper) April 6, 2021
Tomorrow we're expecting snow showers!!!, British weather, part global meteorological climate, part twilight zone 😁😁 pic.twitter.com/cKy8pHlorI
— jason sparks (r.i.p frazz) (@frazzmarie29091) April 4, 2021
Easter in the U.K. pic.twitter.com/KJKjXTt8c8
— Paul (@GforGinner) April 5, 2021
WEATHER UPDATE: pic.twitter.com/xSwi8QmQjR
— I Choose Birmingham (@ichoosemag) April 6, 2021
Almost inevitably, thoughts of snowflakes turned in this direction.
— . (@darthhinton) April 5, 2021
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