Weatherman Michael Fish ‘proud’ of legendary gaffe on 30th anniversary of Great Storm 

 

Weatherman Michael Fish, who in 1987 failed to predict one of the UK’s most catastrophic cyclones, has said he would love to have a storm named after him. The retired BBC forecaster famously told viewers not to worry hours before one of Britain’s worst weather events in living memory, which left 18 people dead and caused around £1 billion of damage.

More at: Hurricane Ophelia: Weatherman Michael Fish ‘proud’ of legendary gaffe on 30th anniversary of Great Storm | The Independent

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