Bushfires aside, the problem with being an Australian weather reporter is that there’s rarely much to report on save for it being warm and dry with the occasional shower.
But that’s definitely not the case for reporters where the weather can veer towards the extreme and deadly.
Take valiant Weather Network reporter Chris Murphy who was reporting on a massive snow storm in Newfoundland on Canada’s east coast on Tuesday.
Murphy was doing a live cross when the 60 km/h winds were on full show, literally blowing the poor chap off his feet and giving the report some real gravitas and authority.
Check out the hilarity below (it’s believed Mr Murphy wasn’t injured in the fall):
.@MurphTWN gets hit by a gust of wind in St.John’s, as a raging blizzard brings eastern Newfoundland to a standstill (He's OK). Read the lastest about the storm here: https://t.co/TzvbyqyXOJ pic.twitter.com/NV1MFHfws7
— Power & Politics (@PnPCBC) January 17, 2020
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