ITV weather has made some changes to its forecasting in order to help people to work out what to wear for the day.

The changes come after calls for simplification from the public, because words like ‘jet streams’ and ‘isobars’ all seem to mean rain, leading to poorly selected outfits.

Spokesperson for ITV Pete Bowen said: “Summer is around the corner which means Swansea will start to see slightly warmer rainfall for a few months.

“This does mean people can start to dig out their summer clothes, but we wouldn’t be a responsible broadcaster if we didn’t highlight that a ‘warm front’ is only likely to deliver around 16 degrees, so only complete bellends can wear spray on ripped jeans and low cut vests.”

Fashion bellend Rob Gray said: “I think it’s a good idea because it’ll help me work out whether to wear the vest that barely covers my nipples or the one which fully covers them.

“All that’s important really is that I can show off my terrible tattoos. I don’t really feel the cold anyway because I’m a bellend, so I’ve been wearing shorts since February.”

ITV’s Bowen added: “Today bellends will be able to wear denim shirts with Lycra looking denim shorts.

As the week progresses, tight floral t-shirts will be acceptable and by the end of the week you’ll be able to don your vest and walk like you’re carrying two rugs out of Carpetright.”

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