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Susana Delorse

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Scott Connell, a Missouri weatherman, was trying to record a tease last month, but Maple, his Cavalier King Charles spaniel, had other plans. “Three, two, one: More cold air ——” Mr. Connell, the chief meteorologist for KSDK in St. Louis, manages to say on the video before the dog’s barks interrupt him. “Cold air continues across the area tonight; potential for some frost and freeze for some of us,” he starts again, and Maple barks again. Mr. Connell claps his hands and calls the dog over. He is finally able to complete the tease, but not before Maple gets a few more barks in. Like many people forced to work from home because of the coronavirus pandemic, TV reporters and meteorologists have had to adapt to a new normal, including unfamiliar professional settings. So have their pets, who sometimes join them, crashing their reports and mugging for the cameras. On March 20, in an early working-from-home pet cameo, Kim Powell, a reporter for the Phoenix broadcaster Arizona’s Family,

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