Cleveland Meteorologist Mark Johnson is Pissed About the French Ministry's Travel Warning



The French Ministry struck a nerve with many a Clevelander after it recently issued a travel warning deeming three Cleveland neighborhoods unsafe.

But none seem to be more upset than Power of 5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson, who's taken to social media to express his outrage.

Last night, his weather report was a snarky two-word update:

Since then, he's gone on to ban all things French-

Note to France, don't mess with our suburban neighborhoods and don't mess with our weather guy.

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