By now, it's probably fair to say that many of us have become used to working from home. That's not to say that we're immune to feeling confined or lonely anymore but we'd be lying if we said that the rooms our coworkers take Zoom calls in aren't familiar sights at this point.
And that's become just as true for the broadcasters we watch as it is for each other in the sense that it's pretty easy to forget what some of their studios even look like.
By a similar token, the interruptions from pets and family members that may have once seemed jarring are just a fact of life now.
And one Indiana meteorologist is not only accepting that fact but embracing it as part of the show.