- The weather reporter for the local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WPMI-TV this Tuesday (Kelly Foster on "Local 15 News at Noon") used part of its broadcast to tell its audience that their "next round of rain" would come when they sleep while showing a map of their areas with indications of rain predicted to occur between the evening of this Tuesday and the morning of this Wednesday (on the thirtieth day of this November).
- The main broadcast channel for WJTC-TV had a theatrical movie originally released to the public in general before the year 1980 unlike most of the theatrical movies that had been listed as part of its programming plans from the past year this past Monday on the twenty-eighth day of this November (the name of this particular movie was "To Catch a Thief"; the year it was originally released to the public in general was 1955; as for when it was part of the programming feed for the channel this past Monday, it was between the second half of the hour of 2:00 a.m. and the beginning of the hour of 5:00 a.m).*
- The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. this past Monday ("FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m.") did not have an "emoji forecast" (a type of weather report involving icons of different facial expressions) for its broadcast that day like its previous broadcasts in recent times (the final segments of its broadcasts were usually dedicated to such forecasts by then; as for how it ended this past Monday, it ended with a more ordinary type of weather report with a weather reporter who was not usually part of its broadcasts in recent times (Matt Barrentine was the name of this reporter; the name of the one who usually presented weather reports for its broadcasts in recent times was Jason Smith).**
(**the broadcast for this Tuesday ended with an "emoji forecast" and the same weather reporter)