The Iowa sportscaster is going viral for hilarious on-air complaints about being forced to cover the winter storm

The winter storm that blanketed much of the United States with snow and record-breaking temperatures was a major inconvenience for many this week, but perhaps no one has shared his grievances about the situation more than Iowa sportscaster Mark Woodley.

Woodley, who covers sports at KWWL-TV in Iowa, was moved to weather reporting this week when the winter storm in Iowa caused virtually all sporting events to be canceled — and he wasn’t happy about it. He was particularly upset at being forced to work on a show that went on much longer than normal outside in the freezing cold and made sure to let all of his station’s viewers know about it.

In a compilation of clips that has been viewed more than 4 million times on Twitter, Woodley repeatedly vented his frustration at the deal, nagging: “Usually I do sports, everything is canceled here for the next few days so what better time to ask the athlete to come in about five hours earlier than they would normally wake up, to face the wind, the snow, and the cold, and to tell other people not to do that?”

Elsewhere, Woodley quipped, “I didn’t even know there was 3:30 in the morning, too.”

Woodley also once commented that he usually does a half-hour show indoors, and repeatedly remarked on the length of the nighttime show and asked, “Can I go back to my regular job? I’m pretty sure you guys added an extra hour to this show just because someone likes to torture me.”

Woodley’s discomfort has even inspired a t-shirt company to capitalize on the incident.

https://www.theblaze.com/news/iowa-sports-reporter-goes-viral-for-hilarious-on-air-complaints-about-being-forced-to-cover-the-winter-storm The Iowa sportscaster is going viral for hilarious on-air complaints about being forced to cover the winter storm

Laura Coffey

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