John Bolaris seems to be having a rough go of it. The former Fox 29 meteorologist has been keeping his tweeps informed about the local weather and Hurricane Isaac. But, on Tuesday night, J-Bo took a break from his forecasts to remind everybody just how tough he’s got it right now.
John Bolaris Is in a Glass Case of Emotion
Storified by PhiladelphiaMagazine · Wed, Aug 29 2012 07:55:58
Isaac with a pressure drop to 968mb still could gain some minimal strength perhaps to 90mph, consistent pounding NE quad across NOJOHN BOLARIS
Labor day weekend around here should be dry through Sunday, perhaps late Monday would be increasing threat of showers, but looking goodJOHN BOLARIS
I’am so depressed thatI can’t do what I love to do…I’m leaving Philly my real home, going to miss Philly& most of all my daughterJOHN BOLARIS
But that is the way it goes,,Tried with all my passion to stay, love you all, and so sorry I will not be here, my favorite city in AmericaJOHN BOLARIS
I tried trust me, but for whatever reason their is hate towards me here. my forecasts are I believe the very best because I care & thisJOHN BOLARIS
Has been life &always will be. Yes I like to live life & have fun, but..is that so bad..love you guys Im sad& Goodbye heartbroken :(JOHN BOLARIS
I love you all, I love what I do, love this city, will miss my daughter but I need to work & survive.can never understand why Philly ..JOHN BOLARIS
Booted meJOHN BOLARIS
I know I always kept you protected & updated in times of need..the storm,& with Isaac stayed well ahead of NHCJOHN BOLARIS
Hope everyone remembers me not for my free spirited life style, but for my love of what I do and my responsibility 4u 2 trust me in times ofJOHN BOLARIS
Need…goodbye and I will always have Philly in my heart , feel fortunate to live and experience your love& hate, what it’s all about :)JOHN BOLARIS
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