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WPXI Weather Man Owns Twitter Troll

Do not mess with Channel 11 meteorologist Scott Harbaugh.


This is just delightful and the perfect way to start our weekend. Yesterday, WPXI-TV meteorologist Scott Harbaugh responded to a routine question about incoming rain with an honest answer. When the dissatisfied Twitter troll responded back with foul language, Harbaugh lit him up with class.



Harbaugh is an essential follow on Twitter. He may even follow you back.

Here’s Harbaugh voluntarily locking himself in a car on a hot day in the name of, um ... science?



What’s going on this weekend?

All sorts of canines will participate in the third annual Pittsburgh Pup Crawl benefiting Pittsburgh’s homeless pets; furry friends will take over the Roberto Clemente Bridge. — 7:45 p.m.

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium will have after-hours action for Summer Safari. All proceeds go toward the maintenance of the zoo. — 6:30 p.m.

Grasp the experiences of Emerson and Thoreau without all of the unnecessary exposure; take a kayaking course on North Park Lake through L.L.Bean. — 10 a.m.

Champion figure skaters will join “So You Think You Can Dance” star Comfort Fedoke at the Mt. Lebanon Ice Center for “Skate Dance Dream.” — 7 p.m.

Don your detective hat at the Steel City Scavenger Hunt to benefit Persad Center. — 11 a.m.

Set sail on the high seas (or rivers) with the Gateway Clipper Fleet's Ice Cream Social Cruise. — 1 p.m.


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