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Monday's total solar eclipse was akin to a meteorologist's Super Bowl — a fact that was certainly not lost on one Chicago weatherman. SEE ALSO: The 2017 solar eclipse is finally here Tom Skilling, chief meteorologist for WGN-TV, travelled to Carbondale, Ill. to view the solar eclipse in its path of totality, (his first solar eclipse, btw) and his reaction was truly precious. Behold: TEARS OF JOY: Tom Skilling got a little emotional during his cover of the eclipse. We feel you, Tom. @Skilling #SolarEclipse2017 pic.twitter.com/T18DvLw1SG — WGN TV News (@WGNNews) August 21, 2017 "I'll get my act together guys," a choked up Skilling told viewers through tears. He even hugged and high-fived fellow eclipse watchers, and led a chorus of "Here Comes the Sun." If that doesn't melt your ice cold heart, honestly nothing will. Twitter loved the meteorologist's pure reaction so much, he was even trending Monday. Only thing better than an eclipse is Tom Skilling during an eclipse https://t.co/zz5VprtEUW — Nate Photikarmbumrug (@NatePhotikarm) August 21, 2017 god bless Tom Skilling — Jack Mannix (@JackMannix00) August 21, 2017 You and I will never love anything as much as Tom Skilling loves the weather. — Matt Lindner (@mattlindner) August 21, 2017 Get you a weather man that cries over a solar eclipse. Love you Tom Skilling ♥️ — Dede Smith (@Doubledeedsters) August 21, 2017 There is so sweeter bond than the one between a boy and his eclipse. Tom Skilling & #solareclipse2017 BFF. https://t.co/UkVerqsuCU — T.R. Morley (@TheRealMorley) August 21, 2017 Love yourself as much as Tom Skilling loves the eclipse. https://t.co/SsnlqMdy1h — Jasmine (@runflamingo) August 21, 2017 Tom Skilling is the only meteorologist I trust and he must be protected at all costs https://t.co/Fy69i25Bmh — Diane C. (@diantics) August 21, 2017 I feel like this is the day Tom Skilling has been training for his whole life. — Kim Duncan (@kimduncan) August 21, 2017 Replace all statues with Tom Skilling https://t.co/cGhwZvawXt — Brendan (@Brendo18) August 21, 2017 Skilling told fellow Carbondale eclipse watchers he would be back for the next one in 2024. Here's hoping Skilling's reaction will be equally as priceless. WATCH: We won't always have total solar eclipses in the future. Here's why
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