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Tom Hiddleston (Loki) Does Chicago Weather Report and Blames the Thunderstorms on Thor

Reporter Jake Hamilton of Fox 32 Chicago recently posted a video of Tom Hiddleston getting into character as Loki and reporting on the weather. Hiddleston hilariously blamed the incoming thundersto…


This is two lessons combined into one. The first lesson has students working on their weather map and script. The second lesson is where the students present their weather report to the class. I used this second lesson as their speech grade for their third grade requirements. It was really cute to see how each student gave their "weather report". $


Watch Thor Star Tom Hiddleston Deliver the Local Weather Report

Watch ‘Thor’ Star Tom Hiddleston Deliver the Local Weather Report -- Tom Hiddleston appeared on Fox 32 to bring the Great Lakes his ‘Weather Authority’ report alongside Meteorologist Mike Caplan. --

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Tom Hiddleston Reported The Local Weather As Loki And It Was Perfect

And his delivery was perfect. | Tom Hiddleston Reported The Local Weather As Loki And It Was Perfect

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Tom Hiddleston Gives A Local Weather Report As Loki, Blames Everything On Thor

Tom Hiddleston gave a Chicago weather report as Loki and hilariously blamed the Midwest's storms on Thor.

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Monday Made It!

Weather Preschool: This would be fun to have, and each day have a student be the "weather person" and help change the chart.

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5 Gadgets for the New Home Vol.2 : Creating a High Tech Space of Your Own

If your local weather report never seems accurate, the Netatmo Home Weather System is a healthy alternative. Speaking of health, it isn’t just designed to provide an accurate picture of outdoor weather, but also the air quality inside your home.


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Is your child fascinated by the weather? Our youngest son has always been interested in why things happen in the sky, from thunderstorms to tornadoes to snowy days. This year for science, we are focusing mainly on weather and learning how to understand a forecast when we watch our local weather report.