Florence

A clip of a Weather Channel reporter intensely bracing himself as two men strolled past has gone viral on Twitter.
The user who posted it said, “So dramatic! Dude from the weather channel bracing for his life, as 2 dudes just stroll past.”
Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane on Friday morning, but was downgraded to a tropical storm by the afternoon.
The storm is still considered very dangerous and North Carolina’s governor urged people to stay inside.
At least four people have been killed in the storm as of Friday evening.

A Weather Channel reporter braced himself with intensity while covering Tropical Storm Florence in Wilmington, North Carolina, on live TV. Meanwhile, two men casually strolled past in the background, showing just how overdramatic the reporter was being.

The amusing clip of reporter Paul Goodloe went viral on Twitter on Friday after it was posted by @gourdnibler with the caption, “So dramatic! Dude from the weather channel bracing for his life, as 2 dudes just stroll past.”

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So dramatic! Dude from the weather channel bracing for his life, as 2 dudes just stroll past. #HurricaneFlorence pic.twitter.com/8FRyM4NLbL

Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, as a Category 1 hurricane on Friday morning, but was downgraded to a tropical storm by the afternoon.

But the National Hurricane Center still warns that the storm poses a major risk to people in the Carolinas with “life-threatening storm surges” and “catastrophic freshwater flooding.”

At least four people have been killed in the storm as of Friday evening, including a mother and her infant child. Hundreds of thousands of people have also lost power.

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper on Friday urged residents to be cautious during the storm.

“This storm is going to continue its violent grind across our state for days. Be alert. To those in the storm path, if you can hear me — please stay sheltered in place. Do NOT go out into this storm,” Cooper said.

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‘So dramatic!’: Weather Channel reporter braces himself during Florence as two men casually stroll by in viral clip

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