Anchors have priceless reactions to winter weather

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Anchors have priceless reactions to winter weather
Who is one person you should never joke with? A reporter standing outside in freezing temperatures, while reporting on the freezing temperatures. An anchor tried to tell WGN's Tanya Francisco it wasn't so cold out and her reaction was priceless.
A Virginia television reporter found a new way to convey the harsh elements of a winter storm to viewers that left the anchors unable to control their laughter.
The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore freaked out while experiencing a rare display of thundersnow six times in Boston while covering the snowstorm on Sunday. INSIDE EDITION spoke to the meteorologist on Monday and can you believe that he’s still excited about it! Cantore also revealed that he’s seen the viral video of a toddler’s excitement over his news report.
In Boston, in the middle of Winter Storm Neptune, The Weather Channel meteorologist Reynolds Wolf experienced some thundersnow.
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Bitterly cold winter temperatures and treacherous storms have been plaguing various parts of the country for weeks now. For the sake of comic relief, take a peek at the these television anchors pricelessly reacting to the frigid madness.

WGN's Tanya Francisco couldn't believe her ears when an in-studio anchor jokingly doubted how cold it really was outside -- so Tanya made sure to give her an earful.

"You have got to be kidding me ... I think you need to come on out here with me," Tanya responded, less than pleased.

Next up, a Virginia television reporter used a banana to prove how frigid temperatures really were. She stuck the banana in the snow, let it freeze, and called it a "banana hammer." Needless to say, hysterical laughing ensued.

Perhaps the most epic moment of them all, though, was when meteorologist Jim Cantore freaked out while experiencing rare thundersnow six times in Boston. Trust us when we say that this is not an overstatement -- just wait until you see the moment for yourself.

Cantore also couldn't have been happier when fellow meteorologist Reynolds Wolf experienced the phenomenon, too. Really ... he couldn't have been happier.

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