Virginia Weatherman Predicts Volcanic Eruption, Superstorm and Godzilla
Virginia TV CBS 6 meteorologist Aaron Justus decided to have some fun on Saturday by spicing up the weather forecast. The forecast starts out like any other forecast with Aaron standing in front of a map. However, rather than the normal summer weather, he warns up a volcanic eruption which will produce a temperature of 400 degrees in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The spoof continues with a “superstorm” in the Atlantic headed straight for the Virginia coast. But wait! Godzilla saves the day! Amazingly, Aaron makes it through the entire forecast with a straight face. Bravo!
Here is the footage of the weather spoof by Aaron Justus. A sense of humor is a wonderful thing to have.
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OMG Michelle, that was hilarious! You’re right about a sense of humor being a wonderful thing to have. His optimistic outlook on the future doesn’t hurt either! 😆
And Godzilla saves the day!
such a great video… good way to start my morning…
Just thought I’d toss this into the mix:
Check out Raymond Burr at the end! 😆
Fun piece…since we do run out of human names for hurricanes and tropical storms on occasion…I could imagine a Hurricane Godzilla gaining a bit of revenge for the way we are altering the environment.