The 54-year-old – who regularly wows viewers with her figure-hugging frocks – lost out on the top spot with viewers voting for Tomasz Schafernaker instead.
After becoming the youngest male ever to present the BBC weather at the age of 22 in 2001, the meteorologist has won over a legion of fans.
His exuberant presenting skills has made him a firm TV favourite and his ongoing gaffes have left many in hysterics.
Tomasz had one memorable moment back in 2010, when he stuck his middle finger up to news presenter Simon McCoy after he had made a light-hearted remark.
Carol Kirkwood came in second place to Tomasz Schafernaker
Tomasz Schafernaker has been voted Britain's favourite weather presenter
In April, the Polish-born presenter was left red-faced after he amused viewers when he mistakenly offered a weather forecast for Christmas.
And earlier this year, Countryfile fans accused Tomasz of being drunk after he accidentally told viewers the weather was going to be “dier” instead of “drier” and was seen dancing through part of his slot.
The lovable presenter has become famous for his unpredictable segments but last year, fans were worried for him after he failed to finish a Shipping forecast on Radio 4.
While on air, Tomasz had to leave to be sick which marked the first time a presenter had failed to finish a broadcast in 91 years.
The weather presenter raised his middle finger whilst live on air Carol Kirkwood's best TV moments Fri, April 21, 2017
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The Polish-born presenter constantly amuses fans
The meteorologist has won over a legion of fans with his unpredictable forecasts
The full poll results can be found in this week's Radio Times [RADIO TIMES]
Speaking about being named the nation’s favourite weather presenter, he told Radio Times: “I’m really flattered…Hopefully we’ll have a lovely summer. It won’t be anything to do with me though! I’m not promising — that’s why I’m saying hopefully…”
Tim Glanfield, RadioTimes.com Editor, said: “Despite the availability of weather forecasts at the touch of a button or a swipe of the phone, the fact that 25,000 people voted for their favourite weather presenter just shows the enduring popularity of our TV meteorological guides to us weather obsessed Brits.”
Carol Kirkwood came a close second in the poll of over 50 national and regional weather presenters, with BBC Scotland’s Judith Ralton in third place.
This week's issue of Radio Times is out now.