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Here's Mike Trout Reporting For the Weather Channel

Snow fell on the East Coast. Los Angeles Angels star and purported “weather geek” Mike Trout called in a live report to Jim Cantore from his house in New Jersey. 39 more words


Mike Trout Stayed Up All Night Tracking Winter Storm Jonas, Is a MASSIVE Weather Geek

Look at Mike Trout, the pride of Millville, NJ. He’s a regular Renaissance Man! I did not wake up today expecting to learn that, in addition to being the best baseballer breathing, Mike Trout is an obsessive weather nerd and aspiring meteorologist but them’s the breaks. 390 more words

Tracking The Storm: What Is Your Condition?

My wife and I have lived in the Northeastern U.S. for a bit more than a year.   Wherever we’ve lived has had its own weather issues: hurricanes, heat, humidity, etc.   438 more words

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Weather Channel Advises Elderly In Path Of Storm To Commit Suicide Now

ATLANTA – (CT&P) – The Weather Channel is advising all elderly or weak individuals in the path of Winter Storm Jonas to go ahead and commit suicide before the storm hits. 192 more words


The Weather Channel

Located in Cumberland Georgia, The Weather Channel as I have come to believe, has some of the most prejudice people on television working there. I’m not sure if it’s the management forcing them to be like that or its just the Georgia culture down there (I don’t think so) but something is definitely not right with whoever writes the weather broadcasts from that channel. 493 more words

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The Weather Channel Has Named A Storm "YOLO"

By: Jilly

Am I the only one who gets sucked into The Weather Channel? I don’t know how or why, but it happens especially in the winter. 630 more words


NBC's Al Roker walks in front of CNN reporter on live TV

CNN correspondent Nick Valencia was reporting on HLN this morning for Robin Meade’s Morning Express as part of the network’s storm coverage.

Yet NBC’s Today show weather anchor Al Roker walked right in front of Valencia as he was reporting… 47 more words