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WATCH: 5-year-old records weather forecast

The 5-year-old loves a good thunderstorm, according to his mom. (Photo Source: Tamara Lott, WMC Action News 5 viewer) The 5-year-old loves a good thunderstorm, according to his mom. (Photo Source: Tamara Lott, WMC Action News 5 viewer)

(WMC) – It looks like the WMC Action News 5 weather team might have some competition from a 5-year-old! A viewer sent us a video of her son's latest weather report she found on his tablet.

"Jesus is making a big thunderstorm," said the 5-year-old. "So, better be careful, there's tornadoes coming everywhere!"

Tamara Lott lives in Drummonds, Tenn. She said her son is crazy about the weather. He loves a good thunderstorm and sometimes dresses up as a weatherman.

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