Former Quad City meteorologist and heartthrob, Greg Dutra, has gone viral online after sharing a clip from his morning broadcast where he found out his new display was touch screen.

During the clip, Dutra is using his hand to describe the wind coming off of Lake Michigan (he's on ABC 7 Chicago now), and bumped the screen, which moved.

"Right now it's kind of hung up- wait a minute, I just moved the map," he says before dragging his finger around the screen. "No waaaaaay!"

"I've gotta try it," another host says before appearing on screen.

Greg Dutra via Twitter
Greg Dutra via Twitter

It's a total nerd moment for the guy, who then figures out he can pinch and zoom as well. He throws the broadcast to another host while he takes time to figure out the deal.

Check out the viral clip here:

Greg Dutra left the Quad Cities in 2014, when he headed to KWGN in Denver, Colorado for a stint, before moving to Chicago to be the Meteorologist for WLS-TV.

It's cool seeing the kid go on to do big things, especially when he pops up in a trending video.

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