Carol Kirkwood, 57, was sent an old picture of herself on Twitter, which showed her in the middle of delivering a forecast on BBC Breakfast.
In the picture, the BBC favourite can be seen in a blue dress next to a table which was supposed to reveal the temperatures for certain cities.
However, in a huge technical blunder, the the text for every box read “town name” with the temperature saying “99”.
The tweet read: ”You Had One Job!”
Carol found the resurfaced blunder hilarious as she responded to the picture with laughing emojis.
“This literally made me,” she said alongside crying laughing emojis.
Many of Carol’s 156,000 followers also commented on the snap, with many joining in on the joke.
“Wow, This Town name town is a pretty hot place,” quipped one fan.
Another said: “Come on Carol, sort it out!”
A third added: “Well, I’m going to Town Name for my holidays by the look of things!”
On BBC Breakfast yesterday, Carol presented from Canary Wharf, on board HMS Enterprise.
The weather presenter appeared to have a great time out of the studio and on location as she shared many snaps to her Twitter account.
Carol uploaded a picture of herself posing with the captain of the ship, where she looked incredible in a white blouse with black hearts, teamed with a pair of trousers.
She wrote next to the image: “What a pleasure to meet the Captain of @HMSEnterprise @houselaus.
“Thank you so much for having us on board this morning. A real treat! @BBCBreakfast xxx.”
During her forecast, Carol told viewers the next few days weather wise will be “unsettled”.
The BBC star wrote on Twitter: “The forecast for the next few days is unsettled.
“We are at risk of severe thunderstorms, localised flooding and feeling humid.”
She added: “Not all of us will catch the heavy rain or thunderstorms though @BBCBreakfast xxx.”
BBC Breakfast airs on BBC One from 6am.