Weatherman: Well, oh, listen and be quiet.
Man: Oh, I’ll listen and be quiet.
Weatherman: And don’t interrupt.
Man: Oh, yeah. I won’t interrupt.
Weatherman: Will you sit down?
Man: I’ll sit down.
Weatherman: Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Here is today’s weather forecast. It’s not very good; I’m afraid there’s a storm coming up.
Man: Oh, you said, you predicted there would be sunshine for the rest of the week.
Weatherman: Well, you can never be sure what’s going to happen anyway. Don’t interrupt. As I was saying, there is a storm coming up because there is warm air moving from the south which is
meeting cold air from the north.
Man: So, that’s why we have storms. Warm air is meeting cold air?
Weatherman: Yes. As I was saying… what was I saying?
Man: You were talking about the storm.
Weatherman: Oh, oh, yes. There’s a nasty storm coming, I’m afraid.
Man: Which means that it’ll be stormy and windy and rainy with lots of thunder and lightning?
Weatherman: Yes. Cloudy, rainy, windy, with lots of thunder and lightning. Would you sit down? Who’s doing this weather forecast, you or me?
Man: You are. You are the weatherman, so take it.
Weatherman: Thank you. And now for today’s temperatures.
Weatherman: Yes, how hot and how cold it would be. As usual, I give the temperatures in both Fahrenheit and Celsius.
What does “so take it” mean in this dialogue?