"Even if this is a good shot in the backside this will help us claw back because otherwise it'll end up being dry for many places during the month and we know what comes after November.
"With December and the summer we typically expect longer fine days so this will hopefully put some money in the bank ... After the last period that was great weather for holiday makers, you might drive past a few farms to see some chaps dancing in their paddocks," Mr Corbett said.
There's also a photo of Dan at the top of the article, holding his hand out and looking up as though he's checking for rain.
National AM You take a look at the weather map and it looks a bit messy, all the different lines, probably like a plate of spaghetti.
Decent dry weather, so it's not like you're standing at the bus stop going [looks up] 'urrrgh, gosh!'
The high just jumps the queue and says, 'ha-haa, me first.' So this low sits there and he's just waiting, trying to come in and he grabs a bit more moisture [gestures doing so] and says, 'h-hurr, here you go, take more.'
Weird shark week trailer at the start has unusual date grammar; "Sunday December one."
Then Dan; The past weekend was the sun hats and the sunglasses, over the next couple of days it's back to the raincoats and the umbrellas [umbrella gesture].
This low spins around like a drunken octopus of sorts.
The raincoat by the end of the week, it's gonna be your friend. That's the weather for now [point], more at MetService-[nod]-dot-com.
Severe After some lovely weather over the past weekend - high pressure, sunshine, beaches, - we're back to the wet weather.
It's like we've had some blue paint, we've bought it in the sale and gone pmmm [throwing gesture].
Pacific First off you see the big lumps of red and you go wow, like I've had lunch and spilled some tomato sauce on the map.
National (Saturday) Got plans for the weekend? Many of us might not be doing too badly. Might be the picnic baskets and barbecues after all. We've had high pressure to the north but it's a bit like a car driving along and you lose your road map.
Rural The high does a bit of a sneaky, he just jumps through the queue and this thing [an area of wet weather] says 'ho ho, wait a sec, I've got some more'.
Marine We had a low that was impending from the north. That has changed its mind, it's almost like it's looked at a different page on the road map.
Whoever the presenter is goes on to call him Don yet again towards the end of the clip, when the discussion turned to the Eighties: Dan: Have you ever looked back at some of your old photos and your haircuts? I had that whole middle parting and you think to yourself, 'what on earth was I doing?'
Presenter: Well, that was the Eighties, Don. Er, Dan, Dan, Dan, Don.
This is not the first time that presenter has called him Don.