While Japan was hit by heavy snowfall recently, Fukui prefecture reached a record-high of more than 1.30 metres last week. For some, it was a good reason to snuggle up in warm blankets at home, or to never leave the kotatsu — a low, wooden table covered by a futon, with a heat source underneath. For others, it was prime time to build snowmen, snow Pokemon, snow Totoro, and in some instances, chillingly eerie snow Noh masks. 親の車埋め尽くしたった pic.twitter.com/zfxbxkICYU
As a woman who works, getting dressed everyday isn’t as easy as, say, throwing on a jacket. The process of putting together an appropriate outfit gets even tricker when you’re on TV on a daily basis and delivering the weather report in front of a green screen. Liberté Chan, a meteorologist in Los Angeles, California, ran into what can be considered a hazard for her line of work when she chose a dress of the wrong color — literally.
Ginger Zee defended herself against a hater. No one, at least not compared to how many people are going to see Ginger Zee, Good Morning America's weather anchor. The 33-year-old’s outfits are seen—and judged—by millions each morning. You on the other hand look ridiculous [in] tight leggings and tight top[s] [are] not appropriate and look stupid with heels,” Carol Ann posted on the TV personality’s Facebook page.