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

Monday’s total solar eclipse was akin to a meteorologist’s Super Bowl a fact that was certainly not lost on one Chicago weatherman.

Tom Skilling, chief meteorologist for WGN-TV, travelled to Carbondale, Ill. to view the solar eclipse in its path of totality, (his first solar eclipse, btw) and his reaction was truly precious.

Behold:

“I’ll get my act together guys,” a choked up Skilling told viewers through tears.

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

If that doesn’t melt your ice cold heart, honestly nothing will.

Twitter loved the meteorologist’s pure reaction so much, he was even trending Monday.

Skilling told fellow Carbondale eclipse watchers he would be back for the next one in 2024. Here’s hoping Skilling’s reaction will be equally as priceless.

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