Hurricane weather report bizarre videos – sensational hurricane newscasts
LOLOLOL!!! I literally have no words for sensational hurricane bizarre videos on Youtube, and I can’t believe these has been floating out, and you haven’t see it yet! With this in mind, here are the Top Hurricane weather report bizarre videos – sensational hurricane newscasts. Rather than writing a lot of information about each video, I will let them speak for themselves.
News and talk radio host Joe Scarborough gets blown away in Hurricane Jeanne outside WPTV studios in West Palm Beach, FL.
CNN Meteorologist Rob Marciano provided that staple of severe weather coverage: That of the reporter standing out in the elements struggling in high winds and rain. It’s intended to be very dramatic, and to be sure Mr. Marciano was being dramatic.
“We are in, right, now…the right eye wall, no doubt about that…there you see the surf,” he shouts trying to be heard over the wind. “That tells a story right there.”
“It’s been truly remarkable to watch the power of the ocean here.”
Weather channel reporter Eric Fisher tried to persuade viewers in Virginia Beach, Va. to avoid braving the storm during Hurricane Irene’s landfall… especially since they are dropping trou right behind him.
WVEC-TV13 reporter Velma Scaife saw something strange blow in with Hurricane Irene in 2011. “The visibility is extremely poor,” she told viewers from a sandy beach. “What is very visible, though, out here at Buckroe Beach is — Spider Man. Yep. Spider Man.”
Rebekka Schramm went to work at CBS-TV46 in Atlanta to report on Hurricane Ike in 2008.
Hurricane Irene News Reporter Fail from News12 in Long Island
Fox 5 reporter Tucker Barnes found himself saying during Hurricane Irene. “Our chief meteorologist back at the station said that it’s some sort of organic batter.”