The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore Says He Is Sick and Tired of The Word Snow

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 29 January 2014

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Jim "Hurricane" Cantore has covered more weather elements than anyone else.

NEW YORK CITY - The meteorologist who is considered to be The Rock Star of Weather Jim Cantore recently talked with Durango Tucker of National Focus Magazine.

Cantore who many say is more recognized than Rush Limbaugh has covered every type of weather element in existence.

He has covered hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, earthquakes, wildfires, tsunami's, and even volcanic eruptions.

Recently thanks to Snowmageddon Jim and every weatherman and meteorologist in the country has been talking about snow, ice, sleet, blizzards, and wind chill factors.

Cantore told Tucker that truth be told he has become quite tired of mentioning the word snow.

He said that a producer with the Weather Channel told him the other day that just in the past three weeks he has uttered the word snow a total of 6,391 times and that does not include the derivatives snowy, snowing, snowed, or snowish.

But the very popular TV personality is quick to say that he does not lose sight of the fact that if it wasn't for snow, hurricanes, floods, and other natural weather phenomenon he would not have his yacht, his mansion in the Bahamas, nor Scarlett Johansson's personal cell phone number.

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