Last week, we celebrated National Weatherperson Day, honoring folks in the world of meteorology. As a part of that celebration, we asked you who your favorite Twin Ports TV weather personality was. The results have been tabulated and we have a winner!
Wednesday, February 5 marked National Weatherperson Day, observed in celebration of those in the meteorology field. Whether they are a forecaster, field observer, storm spotter, broadcaster, or researcher, this is the day to honor all of those people who tell us whether or not a coat will be necessary tomorrow.
It was a dramatic weather weekend for residents in Kansas and Oklahoma as tornadoes ripped through the lower plains, forcing a local Meteorologist to take shelter in the station basement during his forecast.
In a regular Thursday evening news feature on KVLY TV in Fargo, North Dakota, school students between the ages of 8 and 18 have the opportunity to appear with as a part of the weather segment and take part in the delivery of the forecast. This 9 year old's forecast caught the eyes of the internet and big names in the TV industry.
Unless you just woke from a coma, you know about the uproar surrounding the loss the Green Bay Packers suffered in a Monday Night Football matchup in Seattle this week. In response, NBC26 in Green Bay decided to introduce their "replacement weather guy".
Uncomfortable and even dangerous heat has gripped much of the country, with almost 100 different temperature records being broken during this heat wave around the U.S. The extreme heat and severe thunderstorms hitting the East Coast is apparently so bad, the weatherman doesn't even know what to do.