Good Morning Britain meteorologist Lucy Verasamy filmed a series of interviews with UK farmers and producers alongside foodie Chris Baber.
And he shared a snap on Instagram of the sunny weather in a garden yesterday.
Proving her dress sense to adapt to the hot conditions, Lucy showed off her stunning pins in a denim skirt which she teamed with a classic green waistcoat and white t-shirt.
The stunning wore her brown locks as she stood in front of a selection of tropical plants.
Chris commented on the sudden change in weather in his post caption which was accompanied by the 1990 single Sunshine on a Rainy Day by British pop singer Zoë.
He said, “Scorching sun yesterday – pouring rain today.”
As part of the series, commissioned by Marks and Spencer, the 40-year-old meteorologist teamed up with Chris to try out seasonal recipes.
Lucy previously worked alongside Marks and Spencer on filming the documentary-style commercials two years ago, with the 19-part series airing in the coming months.
Entitled Fresh Market Update, the series was produced in collaboration with Lucy’s Home Network – ITV.
Lucy has spent the last few weeks filming various programs in the British countryside.
In one of her trips she traveled to Nottinghamshire to report with ITV Racing in the midst of preparations for the start of the sporting season.
Lucy told her fans as she shared a shot from behind the scenes of the production: “A week for sun hats and spf again.
“Strong June sun and muggy if it’s cloudy. Love a hat! This one is from two sisters, Rosie and Alice, who I met while working on @itvracing and would be a bit lost without this.”
Earlier this week, Weather wore a chic floral mini dress with bell sleeves and a scoop neck, the dress speckled with pops of pink and white.
Lucy, 40, teamed the dress with classic white sneakers and a straw hat, with a black ribbon wrapped around the brim.