(CNN)Weather forecasters get lots of attention when they get it wrong, but at least one of them had some fun with it.
Weather forecaster keeps his cool when map goes wrong
In the case of Fox 10's Cory McCloskey in Phoenix, the fault lay in a technical glitch causing his map to show a few outrageous temperatures.
But McCloskey weathered the mistake.
"1,270 (degrees) in Ahwatukee," he said. "Now, I'm not authorized to evacuate Ahwatukee, but this temperature seems pretty high. And frankly, Wickenburg (which was listed at 2,385 degrees) is a total loss."
While some temps were more reasonable, McCloskey pointed out that "I think steel boils at about this temperature (the map read 2,960 degrees) so Cave Creek, there's probably nothing left up there right now. So don't even bother looting up there. It's not going to be worth it."
Well played, sir.