Paul Goodloe, a professional weather guesser for The Weather Channel, was caught on-camera faking the initial ferocity of Hurricane Zeta’s winds.
Goodloe was seen on-camera “leaning into the wind” in downtown New Orleans while local residents casually strolled by. At least one local resident mocked the weather faker.
The Daily Advertiser wrote a story about the incident titled, “See Weather Channel reporter struggle to stand as people stroll by, flex in Hurricane Zeta.”
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Busted again: Weather Channel meteorologist is “leaning into the wind” in downtown New Orleans when a local strolls by and heckles him. He suddenly stands upright as the camera pans up to the buildings until the man leaves—then he pitches to Jim Cantore in Biloxi. ? pic.twitter.com/VF33Djidzk— Nathan Crace, ASGCA (@lipouts) October 28, 2020
Now I feel sorry for Paul Goodloe. Just before this, he was leaning a good 30°into the wind. Then somebody must yell “cut” in his earpiece, but he doesn’t know the camera is still rolling. He just stands up, checks his watch, and strolls off screen. Why do all this? To what end? pic.twitter.com/1Ls9ugvSHx— Nathan Crace, ASGCA (@lipouts) October 28, 2020