“Stretch” and “Ad-lib” are words we’ve heard in our ears from the control room as mayhem is striking and your prompter goes out, or a piercing feedback tone comes through your IFB as you pitch to weather.

And the weather folk, usually get it worse when there is a malfunction.

Check out how the folks handled a weather map glitch recently at KPRC (NBC) in Houston Texas.

"Storms are popping up here… somewhere… on the belt."

There's a 100% chance this forecast is fake…

Posted by Houston Life on Thursday, August 22, 2019


I’d say they handled it quite well, but who had time to rip up all that paper?

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