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David Letterman’s weatherman days

David Letterman announced his move from NBC to CBS in 1993.AP

Before David Letterman called late-night home, he had a stint as a local weatherman. Old footage from Indianapolis’ WTHR (formally WLWI) shows the comedian sharing the forecast with his hometown and hosting the morning show “Clover Power” in the early 1970s.

He touted his comedy chops in his early broadcast days, even making the crew laugh on air when he pointed out “government dirty dealings” in a forecast.

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