The BBC weather forecaster included the word 'Scorchio' in his description of today's weather a few minutes ago. It caused comment by one of the Radio 4 Today's presenters - she said it was probably the first time the word had been uttered on the programme (mind you, the weather is rarely scorching so that's probably one reason).
Scorchio was popularised by the 1990s comedy series The Fast Show. One of its regular sketches was a weather forecast from the fictional Channel 9, broadcast in a made-up language, where the weather forecast was always 'scorchio'! (see clip here).