This kid had the time of his life when he crashed the weather report at his local station

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A Mississippi weatherman was in for quite a surprise when a kid crashed his weather report.

Patrick Ellis was delivering the forecast and giving his fellow Mississippians the dew points on Saturday when a youngster exploded onto the set and declared, “I don’t know what’s going on.”

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Ellis did a remarkable job at going with the flow and only looked off the camera uncomfortably. He actually stayed in character, remarking in his best upbeat weatherman voice, “Well, we’ve got a little bit of interesting things going on right now.”

He even asked the young visitor if he wanted to point out the weather; unfortunately, the response was, “There are farts everywhere and toots,” which at his age is probably the equivalent of some pretty raunchy profanity.

Ellis had a good attitude about the incident and later tweeted, “ICYMI: I had my own viral moment last night.”

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