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Weather Channel reporter Stephanie Abrams measures wind speed as she prepares to do a report on tropical storm Bonnie, in this Aug. 12, 2004, file photo in St. George Island. (Photo: File photo)
Around 12:20 a.m. CT Thursday morning, Weather Channel reporter Stephanie Abrams nearly blew off viewers’ screens.Â
The concern poured in on social media for Abrams, whoÂ stood in Lake Charles, Louisiana, awaiting Hurricane Laura.Â
Abrams bent over after she lost her balance. She grabbed at her hat, and she managed to stay on her feet.
According to her Weather Channel bio, Abrams is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorology Society. She holds a bachelor’s degree in meteorology from Florida State University and a bachelor’s degree in geography from the University of Florida.Â
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@JimCantore this isnât a real storm till you join @StephanieAbrams on the other side of the building. Get those big boy pants on Jim! Great job you guys are doing.
Erik Hall is the lead digital producer for sports with the USA Today Network. You can find him on Twitter @HallErik.
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