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VIDEO: F-M boy makes local weather forecast his own highlight reel

Mr. Hallman, the sky's the limit. William Hallman, a 9-year-old student from Moorhead's Robert Asp Elementary, joined Valley News Live meteorologist Hutch Johnson on Thursday night's 5 p.m. news for an entertaining forecast. Hallman joined Johnso...

Mr. Hallman, the sky's the limit.

William Hallman, a 9-year-old student from Moorhead's Robert Asp Elementary, joined Valley News Live meteorologist Hutch Johnson on Thursday night's 5 p.m. news for an entertaining forecast.

Hallman joined Johnson as part of the station's regular "Weather Kids" segment.

The video, posted on YouTube, has already generated quite a buzz overnight.

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