Tampa news anchor strolls through weather forecast on hunt for Pokémon

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Screengrab via Allison Kropff / Facebook

Some things are more important than the temperature in Tampa.

Right when you think you've seen every headline about the massively viral Pokémon Go... ha, only kidding, we're in for at least another month of these stories. So pick a team and rack up those experience points.

We've already learned about the perils of hunting Pokémon at work—at least one career may have been ruined over it. The consequences are sure to be less severe, however, for WTSP 10 news anchor Allison Kropff, who casually trolled her weatherman colleague Bobby Deskins by wandering through his segment on the hunt for rare pocket monsters.

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Hey, it's not like she was gonna catch any just sitting at her desk.

WATCH MORE: Our beginner's guide to Pokémon GO:

H/T Huffington Post

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