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Weatherman’s pet dog hilariously crashes live report on Hurricane Ida

The forecast was Storm-y.

A Canadian weatherman inadvertently demonstrated the perils of bringing your pet — especially one named Storm the Weather Dog — to work after his canine hilariously video-bombed his Friday report on Hurricane Ida.

A clip of the adorable inter-ruff-tion currently boasts nearly 300,000 views on YouTube and has gone viral around the globe.

In the uproarious footage, Global News meteorologist Anthony Farnell can be seen updating viewers on the forecast for Hurricane Ida that coming weekend — when his goldendoodle casually wanders onto the green-screen set.

“Yes, Storm is in the building,” quips the broadcaster, noting that his four-legged friend seemed to be “walking on thin air” as he appeared on-screen.

Farnell initially tried to block Storm from view with his body, but eventually gave up and allowed the weather dog to peruse the set for treats while he finished the report.

Global News summed up the incident under their YouTube video: “Both consummate professionals, Anthony finished his segment without a hitch while Storm sated his hunger (and mugged a bit for the camera) … all in a day’s work!”

This isn't the first time Farnell has been videobombed by his awwww-inspiring anchor. The meteorologist recounted a 2012 incident when Storm made his first ever unplanned appearance on the nightly news.
This isn’t the first time Farnell has been videobombed by his awwww-inspiring anchor. The meteorologist recounted a 2012 incident when Storm made his first ever unplanned appearance on the nightly news.
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This isn’t the first time Farnell has been videobombed by his awwww-inspiring anchor. The meteorologist recounted a 2012 incident when Storm made his first ever unplanned appearance on the nightly news.

“I was working on my weather maps, and I assumed Storm was under my desk,” Farnell told Today. “A couple minutes later I glanced up to the TV monitor in front of me and there was Storm, popping his head up from under the news desk right beside the anchor during our live broadcast.”

Storm appeared to be walking on thin air during his adorable videobomb.
Storm appeared to be walking on thin air during his adorable videobomb.

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