It turns out that COVERING an approaching snowstorm isn’t for everyone.
Mark Woodley, a sports reporter for KWWL in Iowa, went viral Thursday morning for his hilarious coverage of the northern state’s wintry weather.
With temperatures dropping to -10 degrees Fahrenheit, Woodley was asked to fill in as a weather reporter in the early hours of the morning.
And it’s safe to say he’s not a winter person.
Wrapped up in cold-weather gear, Woodley joked live on air: “I usually do sports [but] Everything is canceled here for the next few days.
“So what better time to ask the athlete to come in about five hours earlier than they would normally wake up, face the wind, the snow and the cold and tell other people not to do the same must.”
A downside of reporting the weather is that like Woodley, the weather never seems to sleep, as he commented, “I haven’t realized to this day that there’s also 3:30 in the morning.”
But to be honest, he admitted he wasn’t in a good mood himself, explaining that his shows are usually only half an hour long, and continued: “So, this is a really long show, tune in to that.” next a few hours to watch me get more and more moody and moody.”
Woodley also lamented not being in the station’s Storm Chaser vehicle because “the thing is heated, the outside area isn’t currently heated.”
And things didn’t get better with time, as she later admitted on the show, “I have good news and I have bad news. The good news is I can still feel my face now. The bad news I wish I couldn’t.”
And as his shift wound down and the sun came up, Woodley was apparently fed up with his new role and asked the hosts, “Can I go back to my regular job?
“I’m pretty sure Ryan you guys added an extra hour to this show just because someone likes to torture me.”
Eventually, a smile returned to Woodley’s face as he “happily” ended his time covering the blizzard.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6973744/hilarious-sports-reporter-live-tv-rampage-during-blizzard/ Hilarious moment The sports reporter rages on live TV during a snowstorm after being reassigned to cover storm