Ginger Zee has been across the nation to reveal the effects that climate change is having, and on Wednesday she arrived at her latest destination, Chatham, Massachusetts.
The star posed beachside, surrounded by boats, as she revealed that she would be reporting on shark research. The Good Morning America meteorologist looked stunning as she rocked a stylish white knitted jumper that she had paired with a simple necklace. Her hair blew beautifully to the side in the wind, but in her caption she admitted that she was facing some issues with her stylish locks.
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She explained: "From fires to shark research… so much to cover across the nation. I'll see y'all on GMA.
"Washed my hair with the Fairfield Hyannis shampoo twice but the Smokey smell still exists. Thankfully their evacs have turned to advisories as the #OakFire improves. 42 homes lost and more than 18k acres burned so far, 26% contained."
Her post ended up getting her fans incredibly excited, as many welcomed her to Chatham and revealed they also lived in the town.
Ginger had worries about her hair as she arrived in Chatham
"Welcome to the area!" enthused one, while a second posted: "Enjoy Chatham! It is a charming town!"
A third added: "My home town!!!" while a fourth said: "You are in my state! Welcome to MA!" and a fifth advised: "If you have time, please explore the area. The lower cape has tons of stuff to see and do."
Earlier this week, Ginger revealed she was reporting live from Mariposa, California, an area ravaged by the recent Oak Fire.
The star has been travelling around the nation
She had a heartbreaking update for fans regarding the community and homes suffering from the fire's aftermath, making fans emotional as she reported right outside a home totally destroyed by the fires.
Sharing a picture of herself clad in head to toe fire safety gear, Ginger made a harrowing declaration about the ground she stood on: "This was the home of a newlywed couple — Next to me — their scorched washer and dryer… remains of a metal file cabinet and a chimney - but that's it."
She explained: "In less than 3 days the Oak Fire took this home and 10 others — and is still swallowing these hills swiftly this morning."
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