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TV Meteorologist Overuses Pop Culture References in Forecasts [VIDEO]

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I tend to roll my eyes when a TV news anchor or weather personality tries to use some sort of pop culture reference within in their presentation, it usually flops and makes them look really uncool and dorky.

Well needless to say my eyes were rolled back in my head the entire length of this compilation of a meteorologist in Michigan that incorporates references to hip-hop lyrics, basketball and football players and even some movie titles in his weather forecasts.

While some of it is kind of funny, I have to ask myself how many people watching this dude understand his “It’s the first of the month” reference, or who “Drizzy Drake” is.

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