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The meteorologist could barely stand up as he reported amid Hurricane Ian's winds.
The media giant responsible for sowing doubt about the climate crisis is launching a 24-hour weather news channel.
Meteorologist Stephanie Abrams assured viewers she was OK following her brush with Hurricane Laura.
The National Weather Service is warning residents to brace for "catastrophic damage."
Reporting on Florence in North Carolina, he girds himself in the storm, but two passers-by appear less distressed.
Mark Harris, a conservative pastor, is trying to win a House seat in the Charlotte suburbs.
“It just takes a small amount of ice to make roads and sidewalks a skating rink,” a meteorologist warned.
As the storm passed, officials warned of frigid temperatures continuing throughout the night.
Round of applause for The Weather Channel, y'all.
Meanwhile, most of the rest of the world will be abnormally warm.