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A national meteorologist takes a public, and funny, jab at Bill Belichick

Bill Belichick is good for a good rant during a press conference about once every other week.

This week the topic was on left footed punters, but last Friday Belichick made his feelings known on meteorologists.

"There was 100 percent chance of rain last week and the only water I saw was on the Gatorade table. You know, it is what it is. You know as well as I do, it could start one way and change during the game,"

"My experience of going with the forecast in this area two days before the game, I mean I'd bet a lot that they're wrong, just based on history because they're almost always wrong."

Then Belichick added the stinger; "if I did my job the way they do theirs, I'd be here about a week." he added.

At least one weatherman, Mike Bettes of the Weather Channel (arguably the most popular weather outlets on TV), took offense and came up with a pretty clever retaliation on national TV. Take a look below, and hang in there until the end for the best part.

How funny would it be to see that Weather Channel fleece on the sidelines on Sunday with the sleeves cut off of it?