It’s snowing again in the northeast and that means more frozen newscasters. This morning, Sam Champion was out in Time Square for ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Dave Price was in Philadelphia for CBS’ “Early Show,” and Tom Costello was in D.C. for NBC’s “Today” show.
Overnight, ABC’s Jeremy Hubbard co-anchored from Central Park when the snow started falling for “World News Now.”
NBC News’ Mike Viqueira nearly got blown away during a segment outside the White House for “The Daily Rundown.”
The worst is supposed to come to New York later in the day, so get ready for more blizzard reporting.
Related: Molly Sims was warm and inside on “Fox & Friends” this morning when the hosts surprised her with a phone call from her parents in Florida who are big fans of the show.
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