By Gwen Breitstein
WGN Morning News had a special guest join its Halloween "Friday Forecaster" segment, local 8-year-old Charlie Hale.
Making his TV debut, the second grader stole the show from WGN weather anchor Paul Konrad. Hale showed off some sweet dance moves courtesy of "Calvin and Hobbes" before he "got down to business" delivering the news.
Hale read the weekend weather report like a pro and even warned trick-or-treaters to put "some coats under your body" due to an overnight low of 33 degrees. And like all great weather anchors, Hale ended the broadcast with a dance.
Hale was a natural on television, but for now the kid has different plans for his future.
"I want to be a police officer because I like danger," he told Konrad. "But I'd also like to be a millionaire. And I kinda want to be a soccer player." Commenters on the video think he has a future in the oval office with one writing "I vote this kid for POTUS. "Let's get down to business!" and another adding "What a great personality he has. I wish I was that outgoing when I was that age. I bet he'll be an CEO in 20+ years."