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British Weatherman Flawlessly Pronounces Insanely Long Welsh Town Name on TV

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British weatherman Liam Dutton was giving the weather forecast on Britain’s Channel 4 Tuesday night when the coolest and warmest spots in the United Kingdom came on the screen:

“Today we had a big contrast in temperature across the U.K. Just 12 degrees across the coastal parts of Eastern England with cloudy skies but in the sunshine of northwest Wales at RAF Mona, just up the road from Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, the temperature got to 21 Celsius,” Dutton said, without mincing words.

Dutton, who left the BBC Weather Centre in 2011 to become Channel 4’s first-ever dedicated meteorologist, has more than a decade of weather forecasting experience, as well as a Geography degree… and what really helped him nail the line (in one take, for the record) is the fact that he was born in the Welsh city of Cardiff and educated at the University of Wales.

Via (YouTube/Channel 4 News)

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