No one has ever been as excited about anything as this man is about thundersnow. Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore could not contain his excitement when he witnessed several instances of thundersnow while reporting on Winter Storm Neptune in Boston, Mass., this week.
Despite having a beard full of snow and literal ice on his nose and glasses, Cantore was all smiles when he heard the first rumble of thunder. "Oh yes, yes, yes! We got it, baby!" he yelled, jumping up and down in the ankle-deep snow. "We got it, we got it! Woo, woo! We got it! Yes! Listen to that!"
His excitement only grew from there. After experiencing the second instance of thundersnow, Cantore lost his mind, throwing his hands in the air and kicking up clouds of powdery white snow.
"Oh! Again! Again! That's a twofer!" he screamed. "That's a twofer, baby!"
You might think he'd tire of the phenomenon — which the Weather Channel describes as a "snowstorm event in which thunder and lightning occur" — but you'd be wrong.
"You can have your $500 million jackpot in Powerball or whatever the heck it was, but I'll take this, baby," he said after the fourth instance. "Four, four lightning strikes. Four episodes of thundersnow."
Watch Cantore's freakout above!