GMB weather girl Lucy Verasamy flaunts curves in figure-hugging dress on ITV

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Good Morning Britain presenter Lucy Verasamy sent her fans wild as she donned a figure-hugging brown dress to present on ITV Weather last night.

Lucy, 40, looked stunning as she opted for a brown dress with an elasticated neckline, gathering material around her chest as she presented to the camera.

The brunette bombshell showed off her toned figure as the flimsy material clung to her curves for the weather segment on Friday afternoon.

Lucy stole the show as she predicted more wet weather and cool temperatures for the weekend ahead, sending fans wild with the display.

Lucy looked gorgeous as she donned a figure-hugging brown dress

The long-sleeved ruffled outfit ensured all eyes were on Lucy as the flimsy material highlighted her gym-honed proportions.

Letting her dark hair fall into sophisticated waves, Lucy looked seriously glamorous as she kept her make-up simple but elegant.

As photos of her were posted to social media, the star was inundated with compliments as fans praised her for the understated look.

The brunette bombshell stole the show as she presented the weather on ITV

With a poll being run about whether people liked her outfit or not, an overwhelming 97% said they loved her latest look.

One fan added: "GORGEOUS LADY."

Another added: "Chocolate delight."

A third chipped in: "Lucrezia followed by Lucy Verasamy doing ITV Weather, bloody hell."

Lucy was inundated with compliments from her fans

Lucy recently took to social media to warn about climate change to her fans, following the warmest September on record.

Worrying about climate change which affects the whole planet, she wrote to her 165k followers: "As it feels chillier today - September proved to be our warmest ever globally.

"Worrying weather & climate records have been the norm/rule this year rather than the exception."

Along with the post, the star shared a tweet from a fellow meteorologist which showed a map of the world documenting all of the areas that saw warmer than usual temperatures.

According to the footage, nearly the whole planet had felt a hotter than average temperature last month.

GMB continues on Monday at 6am on ITV.

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