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Sunny and bright with a chance of magic.
As if fans of the legendary "Harry Potter" book series don't have enough to be excited about with previews beginning for J.K. Rowling's stage play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," something even more wonderful just came along. It’s a clip of a British TV anchor Sian Welby peppering a weather forecast with Potter puns galore.
“Want sunshine? Well, you'll be rolling in it this week. Time to Quidditch that winter coat and embrace the good weather," she begins as the famous "Potter" soundtrack plays in the background on London's music station Capital Breakfast.
We're officially charmed.
With meteorological flair, she adds that above the "Sirius Black clouds," there may also be "some cumulo-Nimbus 2000 far above us."
After all, "it doesn't take a philosopher to predict that in between some of those sunny spells, a few showers will Slytherin."
If the forecast hasn't grabbed J.K. Rowling's attention yet, we're pretty sure it will soon — and we can't wait to see what her reaction will be.
Until then, we'll be re-watching this all day, and we'll follow it up with one of Welby's other hilarious themed forecasts: Her “Star Wars” and “Superman v Batman" puns are almost as delightful as her "Potter" forecast.