It’s cold, but not THAT cold: 8 local newscasters rock fall weather wear

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It’s not yet time for the Bomb Cyclone — which means for now, the weather’s staying relatively normal. The best way to tell? What our local TV news-people are wearing, of course!

1. NBC 10’s Tim Furlong sports a look we like to call “light fall jacket” while reporting on the abduction of Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, who was found alive and safe last week.



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3. While the story of Bottom Dollar Food closing is inherently horrific to us bargain hunters, 6ABC’s Nora Muchanic seems to be wearing some of the heavier outerwear we’ve seen — at least she’s prepared for the precipitation. (AccuWeather says it was a nice 53 degrees on Friday…)

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4. Katherine Scott was live this morning from Winslow Township with new information on the possible carbon monoxide poisoning of a family, but was meanwhile rocking the *heaviest* of newscaster outerwear we’ve seen so far. Maybe the puffy coat is a sign of horrible weather to come? Sigh.

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5. Dann Cuellar looks super duper dapper in his jacket-no-tie combo.

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6. You win, Jan. You’re making a strange face and your coat still looks awesome in this weird weather. You. Win.

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7. We see you, Katie Fehlinger, *rock* that weird-colored peacoat.

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8. OK, seeing a trend here. Are men LESS COLD than women? Hmmmmm…. dunno :/

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Bonus look: Guys, I know this isn’t local, but at least we’re not in Forest Lake, Minnesota. (Note Lester Holt’s terrified-of-Minnesota face)

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