KPIX Weathercaster Loses It Describing Her ‘Weather Stick’

By Mark Joyella 

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If we understand the concept correctly, a “weather stick” can tell you a lot about weather conditions by its, um, position let’s say. If the stick starts moving upward, that means one thing, if it starts falling downward, that means something else entirely. Okay, this is making us uncomfortable over here.

At San Francisco CBS station KPIX, weathercaster Roberta Gonzales tried to explain how her weather stick works Tuesday, and the results were an amusing trainwreck on live TV: