To mark Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, 1News meteorologist Dan Corbett has presented a special bilingual 6pm weather bulletin on Wednesday.
In previous years, Corbett has just spoken New Zealand's indigenous language at the start of the weather.
But on Wednesday he weaved te reo throughout his bulletin, later telling 1News he had always wanted to do it, but it remains something he will always be working on.
Corbett will be again be presenting weather in a bilingual bulletin tomorrow night on 1News at 6pm, which will available on TVNZ1 and On Demand.
Now the weather across most of Aotearoa is going to be a bit lousy on Thursday so it's not too hard to follow some of the phrases Corbett used.
Te huarere mō āpōpō - tomorrow's weather
He ua - rain
He whaitiri- lightning/thunder
He haukaha - strong winds
I te ata - in the morning
I te ahiahi - in the afternoon
And what was that Simon said as Dan handed back to him?
Koia kei a koe! Well done!