A Blizzard of Hats

This storm is serious for many people. If you have power, internet, food, and no place to go, you didn’t think this was a problem.

For others in the dark, stuck on the interstate, or working, this was a tough day.

Many our TV friends were in the elements. And, they were wearing hats.

These are the Hats That Saved Christmas. Brett McIntyre starts off this batch.

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Brett McIntyre of WHO-HD

Kevin Phelps stands in the place I did several times for KWQC-TV in Davenport. Gotta love the Brady Street Reports.

Kevin Phelps, KWQC-TV
Kevin Phelps, KWQC-TV

WOI-TV’s Jason Rantala was out early Thursday morning, ready for duty.

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Jason Rantala, WOI-TV.

Megan Reuther is no stranger to the hat blog. She let me know she had a new hat for the season. Good work, Megan.

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Megan Reuther of WHO-HD.

Another KWQC entry comes from Erica Cervantes.

Erica Cervantes, KWQC-TV
Erica Cervantes, KWQC-TV

Jackie Schmillen tells us the traffic for KCCI, but she was in the warm, dare I say, hot, studio. No hat, but the snow season is young.

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Jackie Schmillen, KCCI-TV

This is Amber O’Brien’s first time on the blog in our hat parade. Welcome.

Amber O'Brien, KWQC-TV
Amber O’Brien, KWQC-TV

This was not Amanda Lewis’ first winter storm. She was out in the cold wind for KCCI.

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Amanda Lewis, KCCI-TV

And our last KWQC entry comes from my longtime friend, Elizabeth Goodsitt. The weekend anchor is always in full fashion.

Elizabeth Goodsitt, KWQC-TV
Elizabeth Goodsitt, KWQC-TV

Arielle Nixon was not in a full hat out front of WHO-HD.

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Arielle Nixon, WHO-HD.

And a returning entry comes from Mark Tauscheck of KCCI. That black stocking cap is classic, but always works.
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Mark Tauscheck, KCCI-TV

Thank you for checking out the hats. As you can see, I’m a little light in the Waterloo/Cedar Rapids market. Send me any entries to IPTVPaul@gmail.com and we’ll get them in the mix.

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