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Steve Noyes, Met Office operations and customer services director, said: "Nobody knows Britain's weather better and, during our long relationship with the BBC, we've revolutionised weather communication to make it an integral part of British daily life.
"This is disappointing news, but we will be working to make sure that vital Met Office advice continues to be a part of BBC output."
The Met Office also provides many of the presenters who read the weather on the BBC and said it would be supporting them to "ensure clarity on their future".
A BBC spokesman said: "Our viewers get the highest standard of weather service and that won't change.
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
Hmmmm I wonder if tax paying BBC funders get a say in
Why should they? It's a commercial decision.
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: paraphi
The BBC isn't a commercial organization , it's owned by its viewers why shouldn't we have a say in its running.
These peoples programs reach millions. Truly outrageous, and quite horrifying if you think about it.