KTLA's Henry DiCarlo has a fit on the air

KTLA morning weatherman Henry DiCarlo didn't seem really happy about being sent to Union Station Monday to do an interview, only to find out — on live TV — that his weather segment was cut for time. He stalked off camera, ranting about "lack of communication," cracking up the studio anchors who ad-libbed about giving him some cheese to go with his "whine." I started getting email about it, especially when traffic reporter Ginger Chan delivered the next weather report — and YouTube comes through. Via TV News Caps.

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