Winter Storm Stella: The funniest images from Philadelphia TV news

Eyelashes definitely frozen.

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Fox29 screenshot

You know the drill for local TV stations: Snow days are the best days. They send reporters all over the Philadelphia area to get beat up by wind drifts and interview people at gas stations.

And we get to laugh. Here are some of the best screenshots from this morning:

Trang Do draws the Allentown short straw. Eyelashes definitely frozen.

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Bob Kelly: “I think people are getting that false sense of security. Look at the difficulty.”

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DelCo Gas Station Man doesn’t get the fuss, Bob Kelly. Says the roads aren’t that bad.

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TFW your employer orders you to the wrong side of a sand dune Downashore.

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Annie McCormick isn’t looking too chipper, either.

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6ABC screenshot

Apparently Karen Rogers gets all the good gigs for 6ABC?

Fox29, keeping its reporter on the sidewalk in front of its Old City studio: “It is pelting the area, pelting my face.”

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“They want you to turn the camera around, Dawn.”

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And while Mike Jerrick is in South Carolina, his colleagues up north found a way to bring him back: Meet Snowman Mike Jerrick, new snow-day host of “Good Day Philadelphia.”

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