This Weather Reporter Used A Slew of Batman and Superman References During Her Forecast

Sian Welby strikes again with a dynamic weather report.

A British weather reporter couldn’t help but drop a bunch of Batman and Superman references in a recent forecast.

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Sian Welby of Channel 5 in the U.K. used as many puns, references, and quotes from the franchise she could in her forecast.

Using subtle references in a deadpan delivery, she said: “Lex have a look at how things progress this afternoon." 

She also added: “If you’re going on a car trip tonight, just be aware that things will Gotham bad to worse.”

Another gem she had was: “It’s Harley Quinn-cidence that temperatures will be lowest in the north and the west.”

Welby was celebrating the release of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, which took the box office by storm, bringing in $420 million worldwide.

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This is not the first time that Welby has taken on such a fun but difficult way to include movie references in her forecasts.

In December, she achieved international fame when she used as many Star Wars puns in her weather prognosis during the opening weekend of The Force Awakens.

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