With sports on hold amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, J.J. Watt took to social media Thursday afternoon to provide a live weather update from Wisconsin.
While the Houston Texans defensive end shouldn't quit his day job, the video sparked a strong response from fans online.
Check out Watt's report below and see what fans — and weather experts — had to say about his performance:
Live from Wisconsin!
You did good, JJ. You did good. Keep making Houston proud!— Travis Herzog (@TravisABC13) April 9, 2020
An 'Incredible' performance
Put this guy in a red outfit and mask and we’d have a pretty good idea of what it would be like if ‘Mr. Incredible’ gave weather updates— Darin Hudec 🔺🦊 (@realDarinHudec) April 9, 2020
Back to you, Ollie
Hanging onto his hat(s)
Should have a badger hat on— Nate in Appleton (@NateAndree) April 9, 2020
More the merrier
If JJ wants to take over weather forecasting duties for a bit, I don't think anyone here would complain! :)— Matt Lanza (@mattlanza) April 9, 2020
Owning the road
I mean, I would tell him to stay in his lane. But JJ can have whatever lane he wants.— Eric Berger (@SpaceCityWX) April 9, 2020
Share the warmth!
It is literally 90 in Houston today 😂— Karen W. (@hamsterkaren) April 9, 2020
Putting in the work
No turning back
We're still wearing shorts.— Panama (@11_Panama_) April 9, 2020
Learn on the job
Wrap it up
Nothing new here
Midwest weather for you 🤦🏻♂️— Victor Medina (@VictorJRM1218) April 9, 2020
Longing for Wisconsin
I miss WI!! It’s 88 and feels like 95 in San Antonio. I need to move back!!— paul (@Txbadger75) April 9, 2020
We had some snow pellets in Appleton while outside in sweatshirts...came out of no where!— Cassie Schmalz (@SchmalzCassie) April 9, 2020
All in a day!
You know you’re in WI when you have to use your heater, and your a/c in your car, all on the same day 😉— Teresa Clement (@tkb5009) April 9, 2020
Definitely don't miss those April snow days in Wisconsin...AKA "second winter."— Libby Hurley (@LibbyHurley3) April 9, 2020
Something for everyone
Keep doing you!
You are a ‘Sconnie treasure don’t ever change— Ryan Weiler, RD, LD, CSSD (@ryanweilerRD) April 9, 2020
He's got the look!
You're a professional! Looks just like the reports you get from the weather channel during hurricanes 😂— Tara Nicole (@taranicole922) April 9, 2020