BBC News host Simon McCoy joked about the Great North Run as the weather forecaster explained what the conditions would be for athletes on Sunday.
The BBC News host, known for his hilarious on-air interactions, suggested he was a keen runner during the funny segment.
BBC Weather‚Äôs Sarah Keith-Lucas delivered the forecast before she was interrupted by McCoy.
She said: ‚ÄúThat‚Äôs right Simon, it is the Great North Run taking place this weekend on Sunday.
‚ÄúActually the weather is not looking too bad for the runners. A little bit touch and go.
‚ÄúI was asking one of my running colleagues earlier in the day, ‚Äėwhat is the best type of weather for getting out there and doing one of these big runs‚Äô.
‚ÄúThey were saying ‚Äėnot too humid. So you want a little moisture in the air, quite cool. No rain ideally, and not too windy‚Äô.‚ÄĚ
BBC News presenter McCoy then delivered a swift quip before he giggled to himself.
He said: ‚ÄúThat‚Äôs what I find yeah.‚ÄĚ
The BBC Weather forecaster Keith-Lucas joked back asking ‚Äúis that what you find in your¬†practice?‚ÄĚ
Before she added: ‚ÄúYou‚Äôll be alright then.‚ÄĚ
The BBC Weather forecaster then completed her prediction for the Great North Run on Sunday.
She said: ‚ÄúThis piece of data I am about to show you is¬†data-driven‚Ä¶ this is actually what the skies about Newcastle, Gateshead and South Shields are going to be looking like during Sunday.
‚ÄúSo you can see fairly grey conditions there I think. But¬†actually,¬†as we head through the day, as the runners move towards the coast, we should start to see more blue sky breaking through.‚ÄĚ