It may not be raining cats and dogs in Tampa right now, but there’s at least one pooch in the forecast.
Fox 13 Tampa Bay meteorologist Paul Dellegatto was delivering a live forecast from home due to shelter-in-place limitations ― with a cameraman filming him from outside the window ― when the segment was interrupted.
His dog, Brody, had knocked into the computer and entered the frame:
“Everything about the video is so golden retriever,” Dellegatto told the Creative Loafing Tampa website. “Hitting my computer screen, yawning, jumping on the window looking for Craig. They are a great breed!”
Brody’s videobomb was shared plenty on Twitter, but one message in particular got Dellegatto’s attention:
Although the footage was from April 16, it went viral on social media this week after Fox 13 posted it online as a “throwback” to when Dellegatto was broadcasting from home.
He’s now back in the studio.
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