To catch up on news from around the world, local, national and global, you will notice a marked difference between the morning and evening news teams. Morning news teams are more relaxed, more conversational between hosts and weather people, and just seem to have a lot fun.
Dallas seems to agree. Fox 4 Good Day team. While they were broadcasting the morning news, a single cricket was chirping away and driving one member of the news team crazy.
Here’s how it works: Chip Waggoner is traffic guy and Evan Andrews is Fox 4’s meteorologist. While Evan was delivering his forecast for the day you could hear this cricket singing a tune which was irritating Chip. Chip at the traffic center was also annoyed by the sound of the cricket when Evan was done.
Because they were focusing on finding this cricket, all of the cricket talk seemed to distract from the morning show. If you’ve ever tried to find a cricket, you’ll know how difficult they can be. One point in their show was when Evan Andrews was asked by the anchor to repeat his cricket trivia.
A cricket can tell the temperature.
Evan states that the temperature can be calculated by adding 40 cricket chirps to the 14 second count. Evidently, there are some TruthYou can do it too.
Needless to state, the cricket saga ended with a successful catch and release program. The morning news team continued to deliver news with lots more cricket talk.
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