According to The Guardian, Sky News is planning the biggest shakeup of traditional television weather forecasting in the past 30 years.
The news broadcaster said that it will continue to give the same amount of airtime to weather forecasts, but they will instead be delivered by news presenters.
However, Sky's early morning Sunrise programme will not be affected by the changes because its weather presenters are viewed as part of the show's "friendly character and style".
"The way of presenting weather on TV hasn't fundamentally changed in 30 years," said a Sky News spokesman.
"Sky News is a multiplatform service and, as people choose to access weather information in different ways, we believe we can serve viewers better through a combination of headline forecasts from our news presenters and detailed information on our online and mobile services."
A leaked Sky News internal email to staff revealed that the changes will result in job losses in the weather team.
"We are proposing some redundancies within the weather team," it said.
"All those who are at risk should by now have been informed of this by their manager."
It is thought that the redundancies will include Francis Wilson, who has been at Sky News for 17 years.
Wilson, who gained national fame in the early 1980s with BBC Breakfast Time, is currently Sky's head of weather.
Following the changes, the six-strong weather team will be trimmed down to just two, with a new weather producer role created.
Sky News is also currently in the process of restructuring its sports news team to make more use of the news content produced by Sky Sports.