Laura Tobin, 37, turned up the heat on Friday morning’s edition of Good Morning Britain.
Donning a striking red dress, the weather presenter predicted warm weather and sunshine today and tomorrow with top temperatures reaching 26 degrees.
Wearing her brunette tresses in soft curls over her shoulders, the television star looked lovely in her elegant red dress, which featured a pleated skirt.
A blue and red scarf tied around her torso added a pop of colour and highlighted her slim figure as she spoke.
Taking to Twitter, in view of her 116,000 followers, Laura wrote: “Will it be the last blast of #Summer this weekend?”
Continuing: “Friday-Sunny & warm, 24C. Windy in SW. Saturday-Sunny & warm, 26C. Heavy showers arriving in the west.”
During this morning’s show, the GMB star also presented a segment on climate change and her colourful scarf caught the attention of a viewer at home.
The fan wrote on Twitter: “@Lauratobin1 I just caught the end of you talking about climate change. I love your passion! Is your scarf a special climate change one? I love it x.”
Laura replied: “Thank you – It was given to me by @ed_hawkins who developed the #ClimateStripes.”
Earlier today, the presenter posed for a picture with her GMB co-stars Charlotte Hawkins, 44, Ben Shephard, 44, and Kate Garraway, 52, to mark the start of the rugby world cup which kicks off in Japan today.
Sporting a red, white and blue Japan scarf, she wrote: “Getting @rugbyworldcup ready in the @GMB studio but @RichardAArnold is immersing himself in Japanese culture with @rovingcameraman.”
She added: “I can’t wait to see move vending machine action! Fun fact-Japan have more vending machines than any other country!”