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Snarky Iowa Sports Reporter goes viral after being forced to cover bad weather


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Snarky Iowa Sports Reporter goes viral after being forced to cover bad weather

Snarky Iowa Sports Reporter goes viral after being forced to cover bad weather

Woodley is a sportscaster and reporter for station KWWL in Waterloo, Iowa. According to the newspaper, he usually reports in the evening and is… 23.12.2022, Sputnik International

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Iowa sportswriter Mark Woodley recently went viral after his sarcastic coverage of a winter storm gave viewers a refreshing take on coverage of common weather events. Woodley was told to wake up about “5 a.m.” before he would normally wake up and “go out and stand out in the wind and snow and cold and tell others not to do the same. ” “I’m used to these evening shows that are only 30 minutes long and usually on these indoor shows – so it’s a really long show,” Woodley says in a sarcastic clip. “Tune in for the next two hours to watch me get grumpier and grumpier.” The video is a reel of sarcastic one-liners from his Thursday morning newscast. Woodley told US media that he posted the video to his Twitter account for his friends and his family. He was shocked when the video went viral, with some celebrities even retweeting the reporter’s sarcastic reel, including comedy filmmaker Judd Apatow. When asked what his managers thought of his sarcastic attitude, Woodley admitted he was apprehensive at first but have known me for quite a long time, they’ve completely embraced this, they know it’s really good for all of us – so I don’t know how they felt about it right away, may s everyone is on board now. a few meters from the backdoor of KWWL’s main station and was able to warm up between takes; however, the winter storms that have swept across the United States this week are no laughing matter. Winter storms cause severe, even deadly, wind chills while dumping snow and freezing rain across the states. Freezing temperatures and freezing rain have put around 100 million people on weather alert and canceled thousands of flights just a day before Christmas Eve.

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Woodley is a sportscaster and reporter for station KWWL in Waterloo, Iowa. According to the reporter, he usually reports in the evening and is “inside” for the segments, which are only 30 minutes long. But when asked to fill in as weather reporter for a 3:30 a.m. shoot in the middle of a blizzard, let’s just say it didn’t go well for him.

Iowa Sportswriter Mark Woodley recently went viral after his sarcastic coverage of a winter storm gave viewers a refreshing take on coverage of ordinary weather events.

Woodley was told to wake up about “5 hours” before he would normally wake up and to “stand in the wind, snow and cold and tell others not to do the same”.

“I normally do sports, uh, everything’s canceled here for the next two days, so what better time to ask the sportsman to come around five hours earlier than he would normally wake up and stand out in the wind and snow and the cold and telling others not to do the same,” Woodley explained during his report.

“I’m used to these evening shows that are only 30 minutes long and usually these shows that I’m on – so it’s a really long show,” Woodley says in a sarcastic clip. “Tune in for the next two hours to watch me get grumpier and grumpier.”

“I have good news and I have bad news. The good news is that I can still feel my face right now. The bad news is: I wish I couldn’t,” said Woodley, who held in temperatures near -40 degrees Fahrenheit due to a series of severe winter storms that hit the United States this week.

The video is a reel of sarcastic one-liners from his Thursday morning newscast. Woodley told an American news exit that he had posted the video on his Twitter account for his friends and family. He was shocked when the video went viral, with some celebrities even retweeting the journalist’s sarcastic reel, including comedy filmmaker Judd Apatow.

Asked what his managers thought of his sarcastic attitude, Woodley admitted he was concerned at first, but “luckily they’ve known me long enough, they’ve completely embraced this, they know it’s really good for all of us, so I don’t know how they felt about it right away, but everyone’s on board now.

“Doing this full time would be my absolute nightmare,” Woodley said. when asked if he would consider becoming his station’s full-time weather reporter.

Woodley admitted that he stood about 30 feet from the backdoor of KWWL’s main station and was able to warm up between takes; however, the winter storms that have swept across the United States this week are no laughing matter.

Winter storms cause severe, even deadly, wind chills while dumping snow and freezing rain across the states. Freezing temperatures and freezing rain have put around 100 million people on weather alert and canceled thousands of flights just a day before Christmas Eve.



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