Aaron Justus, a weatherman in Richmond, VA, turns up the wack with this wacky forecast, predicting highs near 400 degrees, tidal waves, Godzilla and more. Actually, he probably has about the same odds of being right as any other forecaster out there.
A local Fox Tuscaloosa weathermanhosted "weather Wednesday" in a Walgreens parking lot in which a couple girls perform a cheer "I've got spirit in my britches." And it's all downhill after that as the weatherman's follow-up quips explode with compounding awkwardness, one after the other.
Take the jump and see for yourself.
** UPDATE **
It turns out Rachael Plath's gaffe was prerecorded. She was very sick, so management gave her permission to tape her weather segment and go home. Station bosses have gone on record saying that the segment depicted in the video below was an outtake, and aired because of a technical mistake in the control room.
Something unexpected happened during Rachael Plath's live weather on KRDO-TV
Tom Murphy works at the smallest TV station in Michigan, and he just may have found his calling, blending weather with pop culture references. “As the great poet and philosopher Nelly once said, ‘It’s gettin’ hot in here,’” Murphy quips as he artfully forecasts unseasonably high temps. Although I believe he points at Flint when he refers to "Michigan's Dirty South." Ouch.