Thursday, February 16, 2012

The Forecast Is H-O-T

Have a look at America's hottest weather forecasters HERE and let me know what you think. Since CNN's Rob Marciano appears to be a bit of a climate-change skeptic, Adam Joseph, of WPVI in Philadelphia, gets my vote -- rain or shine!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Damn!

Dan said...

Interestingly enough 2 of the women were at one time at WSVN in Miami who has always had attractive newscasters. http://www.wsvn.com/newsteam/

Anonymous said...

Adam Joseph is alternately adorable and hot. Kind of depends on how he's dressed. We are very lucky to have him in Philadelphia. The station realizes how adorable he is; they use him to host various other things.

Chris said...

Adam Joseph is the BIGGEST closet case since Richard Simmons! Clearly gay, he hides and sometimes becomes agitated when questioned about his sexuality. He's not kidding anyone...

Tom said...

Yeah, the whole climate denier thing is too much to take, no matter how good he looks. (About 10 years ago, hundreds of meteorologists signed a letter asking congress/the president to take action on climate change, so really there's no excuse.) I live in DC and have seen Doug Kammerer at one or two events, he seems nice and his teeth are indeed very white!

DrGaellon said...

Sam Champion, formerly of WABC-7 New York, and currently GMA's meteorologist, is out and proud; he and his long-time partner live in Greenwich CT. Met him once at a gay bar in Stamford, back in the 90's.

Jay said...

Mike Woods...and I totally think he plays for our team...

martymartymarty said...

They left out Fox 2 Detroit's Alan Longstreet --

http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/dpp/mornings/2012-polar-plunge-comes-to-detroit-on-feb.-18-20120216

Anonymous said...

Adam Joseph is also a climate change denier - see a post from earlier today on his FB about the warm weather, in a comment Adam says:

Adam Joseph bill...most scientist would argue global warming is nothing but political! you will find a LOT of record highs still not touched since the 1800s!

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