Jim Jones has expressed his desire to land a job as the permanent weather man at FOX 5 New York after guest delivering the forecast.

The Harlem native visited the news station yet again on Friday (March 24) to report the weather during the channel’s morning broadcast. Jones shared footage on Instagram showing himself backstage at the station preparing for his big moment.

“If you up, Weavahman Jim is going to be on Good Day New York FOX 5 in a few minutes, ya heard?” the Dipset member said in the clip. “I got that weather for you. It’s bipolar out there. I just witnessed some sleet, ya heard? Be easy. I thought it was going to be a drippy day, maybe not. Hold on, I’ll let you know.”

In his next post, Capo made it clear he’s looking to secure a permanent job as FOX 5’s meteorologist. Given how long he’s been doing his “Weavahman Jim” updates on Instagram, Jones felt he’d be a perfect fit.

“Was invited back to @fox5ny @gooddayny to do th weavah today if u saw me in action let me know how #weavahmanjimdid I’m tryin to get a job at @fox5ny help me out people,” he wrote in his Instagram caption under a photo of him posing alongside Good Day New York anchor Rosanna Scotto and author Bevy Smith.

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Jim Jones’ first visit to FOX 5 New York came in March 2022, when he delivered the weekend forecast on live television for his fellow New Yorkers. Naturally, he sprinkled a little Harlem flavor on the traditional format.

“We looking like we in our fifth or sixth winter,” he said. “It’s pretty chilly. It’s supposed to be spring, but spring is out of here. New York City, you’re in the dubs. You’re in the 20’s. When you’re in the 20’s, you gotta drop down and get your eagle on.”

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Getting a job as a weatherman isn’t the only venture outside of music Capo has his sights set on. Last week, Jim Jones announced he wants to drop a merch line inspired by skateboard culture.

He took to Instagram with a post showing him riding around on a board inside a clothing warehouse. Jim didn’t perform any crazy tricks, but showed he knows how to move around on a board with precision, which many of his followers had no idea he could do.

In his caption, the Diplomat explained there’s not a lot he can’t achieve, such as wanting to drop a skateboard merchandise line — he just needs a company to collaborate with on the project.

“Not to much tht I can’t do still skating on u n-$$as in this game,” Capo captioned his post. “I wanna do a skate board and merch drop I need a skateboard company to partner wit I’m very serious Shout to @purple_brand we got something for fashion creatives comin u gone love.”