There's hot, and then there gorgeous-guy-holding-a-puppy hot. And then there's the next level: Impossibly attractive ABC News meteorologist holding a Hurricane Katrina flood puppy. You're welcome.
Before you get too into this guy, you should know that he's foreign. But not that foreign. He does weather for the BBC across the pond. The next time he predicts clear skies, we are so on the next Virgin flight out of here.
Quite clearly the Don Draper of meteorologists, Matt hails (weather joke!) from Michigan, where he delivers forecasts for, um, WOOD TV. Not a misprint.
He hails from Minnesota--of course--where he makes us all warm and fuzzy with his forecasts of snow, sleet, and, um, does it matter? And one of his favorite vacation spots? Scandinavia. Duh. Where the sexy people hang out.
Does this photo need a caption? No. No, it does not need a caption.
This D.C.-based weather hottie is caught up in some kind of, like, Handsome Vortex.
Know what makes this Philadelphia guy cuter than he already is? He's wanted to be a weatherman since he was 4 years old. I know, right?
Hot, and academic: Mowry has his certification from the American Meteorological Society and has co-authored two research papers on tornadoes and severe weather.
As a child, Longstreet says in his bio, "I spent my winters sledding down the side of the county dump and summers perusing the wildly informative Farm Museum." Is sarcasm hot? Oh, yes it is!
Garner claims to be the only broadcast weather reporter to have flown into Hurricane Sandy. While it was hurricane-ing. Brave? Foolhardy? Who cares? He's hot!