When former K2 television meteorologist Andrew Kozak found himself with no computers, he improvised to get his story told and found himself on Good Morning America for his efforts.

Andrew Kozak, now with KTUL in Tulsa, Ok., found himself with no computers and no graphics for his weather forecast so he took paper and marker in hand to improvise some images to share the forecast. Because of the unique presentation, Good Morning America took notice and featured parts of the forecast during their show this morning.

Andrew was noticed not only for his creative approach but also for his artisitic abilities as the panel was quite taken by his drawings. As noted by art expert Charlie Sheen,

he's a real artist that guy!

 

See for yourself,