During the BBC Breakfast segment, Matt showed pictures from the incredible Geminid meteor shower.
But presenter Charlie, 55, appeared more distracted by the graphic which featured a moon alongside the name and location of the person whose picture was shown.
He asked: “Is that a new little graphic thing going on there? It sort of quivered for a moment.”
Confused by his question, Matt replied: “They have always done that Charlie, you’re not paying attention.”
“I didn’t see the quivering. I thought I paid attention,” added Naga Munchetty.
Stepping in again for usual BBC Breakfast presenter Carol Kirkwood, the meteorologist looked extremely dapper in a navy suit.
Delivering the forecast, Matt told viewers there has been a lot of snow overnight around the Midlands which has brought about the risk of ice.
The 35-year-old said: “Take it a bit gingerly this morning on some of the roads and pavements particularly where there’s been snow overnight.”
There will be heavy showers in the south west of England and Wales to start with, along with strong winds which will pick up later on.
There will be some snow hitting central Scotland during the morning rush hour whereas Northern Ireland will see a mixture of showers, sleet and snow.
East England will have the best conditions with bright spells throughout the day.
Temperatures have fallen compared to yesterday with it ranging between three to seven degrees celsius although it will feel much colder in the bitter wind.