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Meteorologist flawlessly slips song lyrics into weather forecast and people are here for it

No one anchors better than Adam Krueger for he is sneaking all the favorite artists and lyrics into epic weather reports.

Meteorologist flawlessly slips song lyrics into weather forecast and people are here for it
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Listening to the news can often get boring, especially with the decreasing attention span. It’s solely the job of the news anchor or the news itself to pique the interest. However, when the news is something mundane, predictable, or monotonous like the weather report, it can get dull and viewers may lose interest. News anchors are charged with maintaining a lively tone and aura while sharing the forecast. Adam Krueger, a meteorologist, has upped his anchoring game with a melodious and upbeat touch and viewers are loving it. He has inculcated the art of music into his forecasts to make the reports more fun. 

Image Source: Instagram|@weatheradam
Image Source: Instagram|@weatheradam

With a little bit of everything, Kruger has incorporated a unique style of reporting the weather news with songs from different artists and vivid genres. Right from Metallica, Olivia Rodrigo, Slim Shady and even tapping into K-pop, the anchor has surely kept everyone eager to hear more about the weather. It is a delight for the audience to listen to Krueger and figure out which popular artist he is quoting while reporting the weather. Recently, fans have been sending in recommendations for Krueger to incorporate while reporting and he has professionally obliged! In one of his recent videos on Instagram, a suggestion was shared for Olivia Rodrigo’s “Vampire.” 

Image Source: Instagram|@weatheradam
Image Source: Instagram|@weatheradam

“Have you been wanting a cold front? Look at you cool guy, you got it,” Kruger reported classically while quoting the famous lyric. “Yeah, that’s sarcasm because it’s still gonna get over 100 today,” he continued. No matter the weather or the report, Kreguer manages to tap into the curiosity of fans, delivering the music they want while accurately reporting the weather. “With 114 in Houston, I would call that ‘Stupid hot,’ you got to laugh at the stupidity,” Kruger said, adding more lyrics. In another video, Kreguer picked Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’s “Thrift Shop” to deliver the report. 


 
 
 
 
 
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“If you’re listening to the weather for the first time this week, you’re going to be like, ‘What, what, what, what, what?’” Kruger brilliantly said, quoting the lyric again. She sneaked in another phrase from the song saying, “People have been enjoying the weather recently, ‘I think I’m about to go and get some compliments.’” In another report, Krueger smartly mentioned how the weather was perfect for shopping and sneaked in yet another line of the popular song, saying, “Not a bad day to do some bargain shopping, it might not go over well but ‘Hey, **** it, it was 99 cents (bag it)’.” 


 
 
 
 
 
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The instances of his upbeat reporting do not end, in another clip, Krueger is seen quoting Enter Sandman from Metallica. “One is tonight, one is Friday and one is Sunday but don’t forget my son (sun),” Krueger said, smoothly slipping the line in with a pun. “It's 15 degrees colder this morning, hopefully, you’re ‘Tucked in, warm within’,” he added. People are smitten with his effortless reporting and flawless connection with the songs from literally any artist and genre. @tallicadanny said, “Go accept your award for best weatherman!” @tanner_shuck said, “Bro you are the greatest weatherman in history.” @memtallic_4 said, “I’d be tripping 'if I was watching the news and heard this!”


 
 
 
 
 
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You can follow Adam Krueger on Instagram and YouTube for more content on energetic weather reports. 

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