The big problem the Kingdom has is in trying to control the skies and it can't be said it has really succeeded. Yes there are clouds with road signs, traffic lights etc but as with Earth you get those users who ignore the lot and somehow think these things are not meant for them. You also have magical creatures that can fly - dragons, pigs, the odd cow etc - who take no notice of the signs for the good reason they can't read them.
It does seem to be a general rule if you have an exceptional talent - be fair, it is odd for a pig or a cow to fly - that will the only exceptional thing it can do. It's considered too much for it to be able to read as well. There have been many jokes on FNN about teaching pigs to read and then the weatherman makes unflattering comparisons to the main news presenter, Roherum, whose job the weatherman has been after for years.
These jokes seemed to have stopped for the time being as the last time one happened on air a fight broke out between Roherum and the weatherman with them making the news themselves for all the wrong reasons. Only a very grudgingly given apology live on air stopped the pair of them literally being hauled over the coals. That is the problem with the magical world - there is no metaphor it cannot re-enact! So be warned!
Listening or watching the weather forecast forms part of the Fairy Kingdom Highway Code for the good reason weather conditions can and often are magically changed. Fogs are often created by those on the dark side of magic for sinister purposes of their own and at least the forecast can give some good warning as to whether natural conditions would encourage a witch or a wizard to do this.
The less magic that is used on any spell the more energy the practitioner saves so if the natural forecast "inclines" towards fog, for one example, it is the easiest thing imaginable for them to exaggerate and twist those natural conditions for their own purposes. You miss the weather forecast at your own risk. The weatherman feels there is more to life than shoving clouds around on a map (to quote Roherum) but his role is a useful one all the same (and it would help if Roherum did not belittle it). Each bulletin lasts 15 minutes as the weatherman has to cover all 7 regions in the Kingdom. He also has to explain how the weather will affect traffic on the ground, in the air and so on. Also he must state whether there is any chance of incoming asteroids and what areas to avoid if you don't want to get hit or where to go if you're really keen on astronomy and want a close up view.