This weatherman’s reaction to the solar eclipse is the sweetest thing you’ll see all day

Monday’s overall solar eclipse belonged to a meteorologist’s Super Bowl a truth that was definitely not lost on one Chicago weatherman.

Tom Skilling, chief meteorologist for WGN-TV , took a trip to Carbondale, Ill. to see the solar eclipse in its course of totality, (his very first solar eclipse, btw) and his response was really valuable.

Behold:

“I’ll get my act together people,” a choked up Skilling informed audiences through tears.

He even hugged and high-fived fellow eclipse watchers, and led a chorus of “Here Comes the Sun.”

If that does not melt your ice cold heart, truthfully absolutely nothing will.

Twitter liked the meteorologist’s pure response a lot, he was even trending Monday.

Skilling informed fellow Carbondale eclipse watchers he would be back for the next one in 2024. Here’s hoping Skilling’s response will be similarly as valuable.

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