Weatherman Improvises Forecast

Andrew Kozak turned to pen and paper when the computers failed.
0:58 | 01/16/13

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Talked about whether machines and how important and that's been that's stopped far so -- the weather computers go down the show must go line and that's what one weatherman and our ABC affiliate in Tulsa Oklahoma. Well that's pretty dead. When his computer crashed he had assumed the driver of some weather maps he drew them by hand he came up with what some actually very impressive looking graphics and at the end of the forecast he got a little more creative take a look. And by the way this is until this morning. This is I felt when I realize that it is -- thing and when I realize that we're finally getting computers back. This is how I feel right -- -- It's better than its right and it was time the sun dust is a real artist again. -- arbitrary thing I've got virtually every other -- thanks Andrew Kodak and our affiliate KE TU now.

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