TODAY Show reporter Morgan Chesky raised concerns about his safety while covering a major hurricane.
Morgan was sent to Bermuda to cover Hurricane Fiona, and appeared to have nearly exploded during his live report.
In a clip posted on today Twitter page, viewers could see the extremely dangerous conditions in which he was standing.
Host Savannah Guthrie, she threw to Morgan, “We can see you’re really going through it now.”
“It’s hard to believe that a Category 3 hurricane is now more than 150 miles off the west coast of Bermuda,” Morgan began, as strong winds battered his pants and jacket.
Morgan seems to find it difficult to stand up straight, as the wind is blowing directly in his face.
“We’re under heavy attack from wind and rain right now,” Morgan said before showing viewers a look at the misty harbor of St. George.
“We’ve seen a lot of electricity poles go down throughout this entire community. We lost power sometime overnight,” he added.
When he returned to Savannah sitting in a New York studio, the host told him, “Stay safe.”
Hurricane Fiona has already devastated Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and then Bermuda.
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Chesky isn’t the only reporter covering the hurricane on the island.
Good Morning America’s Rob Marciano also traveled to Bermuda to cover the storm’s path.
Post a video on his Instagram and Twitter Giant waves crashing into the boat dock.
Viewers can see the boats drooping like toys in the rugged waves.
Wind howling and side rain could be heard in the background.
Concerned fans were sending their best wishes to Storm Chaser.
“Please stay safe, Rob,” one begged, along with a prayer hand emoji.
The second wrote: “Rob, please be safe! You are in my thoughts and prayers!”