It's hurricane season - the time of the year when meteorologists get the most airtime on every news outlet across the nation.

Using the tools at his disposal, Fox News meteorologist Brian Norcross was explaining the path of the hurricane, and where it could possibly turn east or west as it reaches the panhandle.

As he was talking, he drew a circle on the east coast, and one on the gulf side of Florida, resulting in a giant dong drawing on the screen.

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He went on to explain that the uncertainty is displayed between the European and GFS models, but you know he noticed what he drew because he stops mid-sentence and turns back to the screen.

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