If his movie career doesn’t work out, perhaps Mark Wahlberg should consider becoming a weatherman. The “Broken City” star and his director, Allen Hughes, took over the forecasting duties on Fox 29’s “Good Day Philadelphia" on Wednesday morning and it was hilarious, if not informative. (Fox 29 meteorlogist Sue Serio has nothing to worry about.)
Wahlberg cut Hughes off and blocked him from the camera’s view as he dished on the area’s unseasonably warm temps, but the director still called him and the movie star the “best salt and pepper team ever.”
Meanwhile, Mary Mark seemed amazed by the spring-like weather in the Philadelphia area.
"This is perfect golf weather," he said of today’s high of 54 degrees.
Next up, it was a traffic watch, with Mark pointing at the map and warning Philadelphians of a dire morning commute.
"Look at this congestion here," Wahlberg said. "We're expecting about 40 to 45-minute delays if you're coming east bound on the 676 here. You're going to have some serious problems. Why don't you stop and get yourself a hoagie?"
You can check out the entire weather and traffic report here.
Wahlberg was in town for a screening of his latest movie, “Broken City.”