The Major Leaguer said he was up all night checking the snowfall measurements and estimated that there was about a foot of snow on the groundat 10:32 a.m. ET.
“The winds is the worst part about it, its blowing hard,” Trout said, adding that by his parents house there was about “4, 5, 6 foot drifts.”
Trout also reported that road conditions were “terrible,” but that the storm system was “awesome.”
The 2014 American League MVP wasn’t downplaying his excitement over weather. He said the blizzard delivered to his expectations and was excited to get outside and “play in it soon.”
Friday night, he also tweeted a video of the snow falling “hard” in #SouthJersey.
The weatherman ranked Trouts on-air reporting as the number three “funnest thing I’ve ever done.” As for Trout, turns out he does have some weather-predicting skills.
During an interview with Yahoo Sports last summer, Trout revealed that the Weather Channel wanted to offer him a corresponding gig.
“We’re planning on me doing a story when there’s a big storm in Jersey,” he said. “I’m gonna be on the Weather Channel. Hopefully, we get a big snowstorm.”
Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom are giving their marriage another go.
E! News confirms the 31-year-old “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star and the 35-year-old former NBA player are calling off their divorce. The two both signed divorce papers in July, but, due to a file backlog, the judge had yet to sign off, so the pair is still legally married.
How big of a business is this? Federal agents at the Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center, or IPR Center, are tasked with cracking down on the $200 billion annual counterfeit network.
“Our main point of being out here is to educate the consumer. And to make them realize that this isn’t a victimless crime,” Modricker said.