TULSA, Okla. (CNN/KTUL) - What is a weatherman to do when his computer system crashes? In this case, use what's on hand, even if it's just a paper and markers.
Andrew Kozak of KTUL in Tulsa, Okla., was preparing for the station's morning show Monday when his computer system crashed.
So he had to improvise.
The meteorologist decided to draw the day's weather graphics, down to the eight-day forecast.
Kozak flexed his artistic skills even more, drawing pictures to show how he felt when his computer went down and when he found out it would be restored.
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