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Could anyone help with this video clip?

- What does the weather forecaster say after "Finally, this storm has maxed out" and before "as you walk away through the weekend"? Does he say "You get to breed a little bit of relief"?

http://www.weather.com/multimedia/videoplayer.html?from=email&bcpid=823425597&bclid=877032950&bct...

Thanks,

Hiro
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Hi HSS

I think the clip may have changed -- since it's a weather forecast, it has probably been updated. I didn't hear what you referred to. Also, your link took me to a forecast presented by a woman (not a man).

However, I would guess that the word you heard was not "breed" but rather "breathe".
"Breathe a sigh of relief" is a common expression, and I'd say it's possible that that expression was used with a slight alteration (i.e. rather than "sigh", maybe the person said "a little bit of").
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Right, Yankee. That should be it; I guess I heard it.

Thanks!

Hiro