Prince Charles presents the weather at BBC Scotland

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The heir to the throne, Prince Charles presented a special weather forecast during a visit to BBC Scotland’s headquarters today.

BBC Reporting Scotland presenter Sally Magnusson handed over to Prince Charles at the end of the lunchtime bulletin.

The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, as they are known in Scotland, met staff during the tour to celebrate 60 years of BBC Scotland television.

Shortly after the Prince’s weather bulletin, his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall had her turn at forecasting.

The Prince’s forecast will be repeated on tonight’s evening bulletin at 6:30pm.

And for all you pres geeks out there (like me) here’s the BBC weather graphics on Sky News!

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