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Surface Temperatures In Arizona Exceed the Melting Point of Copper, Meteorologist Just Goes With It

2960 degrees in Cave Creek?! FOX 10's Cory McCloskey leads viewers through a hilarious weathercast after his weather map malfunctions. Technology...
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Usually when temperatures reach upwards of 2,000 degrees, it's cause for panic. But Fox 10 Phoenix's weatherman Cory McCloskey kept his composure while half of the Phoenix area burst into flames. Pointing to Cape Creek, which had a ...

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A weather reporter in Phoenix kept his cool when a digital weather map malfunctioned during his segment of a live newscast. Cory McCloskey from Fox 10 in Phoenix was delivering area temperatures when he noticed that a few of the num...

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KSAZ‘s Cory McCloskey had some problems with his weather computer during Tuesday’s Noon show. Cities around Phoenix were showing up with super high temps. Pointing to the 2,960 degree temps in Cave Creek, Ariz., the weather anchor f...

Phoenix Weatherman Hilariously Improvises When His Weather Map Begins Displaying Absurdly High Temperatures

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Cory McCloskey with FOX 10 Phoenix managed to keep his cool on-air after the station's weather map malfunctioned and started displaying temperatures of over 2,000 degrees in some local cities. McCloskey also managed to keep the crew...

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