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The Bare Facts on Cleveland's Weather

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The Bare Facts on Cleveland's Weather

The Bare Facts on Cleveland's Weather

The Bare Facts on Cleveland's Weather

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When the snow falls, there a couple of types of people you'll find outside. One is the weather guy, another is the snow shoveler and a third is the naked guy. The naked guy? When Cleveland's 19 Action News took to the streets during the Midwestern blizzard, a hefty, naked man ran around a live interview until the reporter on the scene was forced to hand it back to the studio.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. When the snow falls, there are three types of people you'll find outside: the weather guy…

(Soundbite of Cleveland 19 Action News)

Unidentified Man #1: The wind gusts we've had here in the last few minutes…

MONTAGNE: The snow shoveler…

(Soundbite of Cleveland 19 Action News)

Unidentified Man #2: Oh, we've been out a couple hours, getting the building clear.

MONTAGNE: And the naked guy? When Cleveland's 19 Action News took to the streets, a hefty, naked man ran around the live interview.

(Soundbite of Cleveland 19 Action News)

Unidentified Man #1: We're not going to give this guy - Kevin, just stay on us if you will. Keep it tight.

MONTAGNE: Until the meteorologist was forced to hand it back to the studio.

(Soundbite of Cleveland 19 Action News)

Unidentified Man #1: You know what? I'm sorry, I can't…I can't do this.

MONTAGNE: It's MORNING EDITION.

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