(LOS ANGELES) — Weather forecasters in Miami are used to predicting lots of sun and hot temperatures but what one weatherman for the local Univision station there could not predict is the chance of a furry visitor interrupting his live report.
As Eduardo Rodriguez, the weatherman for WLTV, pointed out temperatures in the 60s in the greater Miami area during Friday’s 11 p.m. news, what viewers were likely focused on instead was the black and white cat at the bottom right of their TV screen, coolly walking about the set.
Ever the pro, Rodriguez plowed through his forecast while laughter from the crew could be heard in the background. Eventually the cat walked off the set and left Rodriguez alone again to bring South Floridians the weather highs and lows.
Univision posted the video on its YouTube page Monday, where it’s already been viewed more than 100,000 times, and offered its own explanation for the bizarre appearance.
“There are several cats that have turned the Univision parking lot into their home and sometimes they make it into the studio,” the station said.
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Ray Sanchez, CNN Newswire
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