I was wondering wether it's necessary to use definite article before "current" when it is used as adjective.
According to (the) current forecast it should be raining.
Should I disconnect my phone from (the) current charger?
The Prime Minister in (the) current speech is explaining...
I'm stuck because "current" is an adjective here and due to that fact it shouldn't require any article, but on the other hand all nouns require some determiner or quantifier and maybe we should keep "the" in presented sentences?