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`Bachelorette' Weatherman Sees Clear Skies

TV weatherman <B>Jonathan Novack</B> didn't get a single day off from forecasting during his stint on <I>The Bachelorette.</I> Instead, he became his
cast's resident meteorologist.

TV weatherman Jonathan Novack didn't get a single day off from forecasting during his stint on The Bachelorette. Instead, he became his cast's resident meteorologist.

Friday, June 25, 2010 1:15 GMT

HOUSTON (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Wherever one weatherman goes, his job follows – even as a contestant on The Bachelorette.

Houston-based TV weatherman Jonathan Novack was recently eliminated from The Bachelorette and says he rarely had a day off on the TV dating show.

That’s because he automatically became the “house weatherman and meteorologist,” with fellow contestants jokingly asking him for the forecast every single day.

With no access to the Internet, Novack admits he had to make stuff up out of thin air, but being that they mostly filmed in Southern California, it was a breeze.

Since it’s usually “cloudy in the morning with sun in the afternoon” in SoCal, Novack “had it made” and could fake the forecast just by sticking his thumb in the air.

Although the gig was easy, he still thinks he should’ve gotten paid for his daily expertise.

The Bachelorette airs Mondays on ABC.

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