BBC map unintentionally turns very naughty as weather watchers ‘aroused by rain’

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Weather watchers were not hard-up for things to talk about this evening after a BBC graphic gave an unusual forecast.

With heavy showers predicted for the Bank Holiday weekend, BBC Essex’s weather experts innocently shared a satellite map showing a rather thick length of rain.

Through no fault of the weather guru’s at BBC Essex, the shape of the forecast got Twitter giggling.

According to the outlet, a rather crude shaped rain cloud resembling an intimate part of the male anatomy is set to loom in the skies above.

The map seemed to suggested a penis-shaped band of rain will poke out of the British Isles from Essex.

While the BBC have not acknowledged the faux-pas, Twitter certainly has.

More than 17k users have "liked" the image, with over 5k commenting.

One person said: “As a resident of Southend-on-sea I think i’m somewhere between the shaft and the b******.”

A second person joked: “Looks like Essex is getting some action tonight and I can’t even get a text back.”

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And a third chimed in: “Is Essex happy to see you or does it have a storm in it’s pocket?”

Meanwhile a fourth said: “Looks like that warm front could use a cold shower.”

And another joker commented: "I should call him."

One more chuckled they had "never been aroused by rain up until now".

Jokes aside, the BBC reported that tonight will be mostly cloudy with shower outbreaks of rain.

Forecasters expect it turn blustery with a fresh and strong northernly wind.

There should be bright or sunny intervals but also some large areas of cloud.

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