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Weather correspondent Laura Tobin is taking a “much-needed” break from Good Morning Britain for the next two weeks.

Taking to Twitter, the 41-year-old shared: “I’m on leave from @GMB for two weeks to spend some much-needed time with family and friends. Don’t miss me too much.”

Her fans flocked to the comment section, with many saying they already miss Laura who has been part of the Good Morning Britain team since 2014.

Dan penned: “Missing you already. Is the guy who covered you this morning doing it for the two weeks? I might have to start looking online for weather updates until you are back.”

Lynda Roberts said: “Enjoy your well-deserved break. Missing you already, Laura, honest. Enjoy yourselves.”

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Paul remarked: “Enjoy your time off, and you’re missed because even when the forecast is grim you bring sunshine.”

Sarah Potts added: “Have a great holiday Laura you deserve it but yes we will miss you.”

Bob quipped: “You deserve six weeks off like other daytime presenters get to spend with their families… Enjoy and I am missing you already.”

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Daniel joked: “Don’t frazzle in this sweaty heat we have here in the UK – is it July or November?” (sic)

The meteorologist has been updating viewers on the wildfires in Greece and scorching temperatures in the USA.

Standing in front of a heat map, she explained: “Heat is the main thing, so yesterday we were talking about if all of these areas of heat are connected, so I have a chart to show you what’s going on and why.

“First of all, we start off with the extreme heat across North America, the heat dome is out towards the west.

“Phoenix in Arizona has just broken a record, they have had 19 days where they have consecutively had temperatures above 43 Celsius, 110 Fahrenheit.

“They’re one of the first cities in the world to become uninhabitable unless they have airconditioning – and many areas don’t.”

Laura will be returning to screens later this month to share the latest weather updates with viewers.

Good Morning Britain airs on weekdays between 6am and 9am on ITV.

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