The weather on the East Coast is wreaking havoc on flights as Hurricane Sandy continues to churn in the Atlantic Ocean. In addition, it’s caused the networks to adjust their schedules.
From ESPN, we learn that the 11 p.m. ET SportsCenter on Monday and Tuesday will be produced from Los Angeles in addition to the usual 1 a.m. ET edition that originates from the ESPN West Coast studios.
ESPN also announced that the late night show, UNITE that airs live at midnight on ESPNU will be pre-empted on Monday.
Dave Sims who called the New Orleans-Denver Sunday Night Football game for Dial Global Radio says he’s stranded in the Mile High City and can’t fly home to New York due to the weather.
I’m in Denver, and stuck for a coupla days. Can I get a #hurricane report from NYC?
— Dave Sims (@TheDaveSimsShow) October 29, 2012
As we wait for Hurricane Sandy to make landfall in Southern New Jersey and cause damage in Southern New England, we note that no matter how much we love our sports, we can’t control the weather. For those reading in the Mid-Atlantic and New England, be safe and stay under shelter. I hope to see you here when everything calms down.