He must have had his head in the clouds.
An NBC-New York weatherman dropped an F-bomb on live TV Thursday morning.
Morning meteorologist Chris Cimino didn’t realize his mic was still hot when the “Today Show’s” Al Roker cut to him for the Big Apple forecast.
“It’s just a weird f—ing thing, it’s just strange,” Cimino’s can be heard saying around 8:17 a.m.
“Um, but I think if I didn’t do that, I wouldn’t have allowed myself,” he went on, before his mic was abruptly cut short.
Things went silent for the next 20 seconds, when the sound was cut, and a 10-day forecast graphic was displayed on screen, before suddenly cutting back to Roker and the “Today” round table.
Stunned viewers called Cimino out on the slip.
“Who else was listening today when Chris Cimino dropped an ‘F’ bomb at 8:16!!!! He missed his cue to do the weather but was heard making a non weather related comment,” KimGBrooklyn tweeted around 9 a.m.
“Did I imagine it or did Chris Cimino accidentally drop the F bomb? #YourMicisHot,” JDocMartin tweeted about 15 minutes after the slip.
“Chris Cimino please remember that you are on the AIR LIVE… ‘ So F$#%& Weird’ is not acceptable when my 6 year is setting next to me watching the news… ” Renny Hurst tweeted.
A spokesman for the news channel did not immediately respond to a request for comment.