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Hero weathergirl puts 12 Star Wars puns into a 40 second forecast

Okay, there's been a lot written about Star Wars recently, and Disney pushing out Star Wars oranges and every brand going trying to cash in on the hype and excitement is all getting a bit much.

But this really is superb. Clearly, the force is strong with Channel 5's Sian Welby after she managed to cram in an incredible 12 puns in a 40 second weather forecast on Tuesday night. It's the effortlessness with which she despatches pun after pun that really impresses us, although we're a little disappointed she didn't manage to get anything about the weather being hoth and cold...

Watch above and enjoy.

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