The Weather Channel Guy will be in his glory for the next 48 hours ….
If you live anywhere in or around New York City, look out! Jim Cantore is headed to the Big Apple to cover Hurricane Sandy for The Weather Channel. On October 26, Cantore revealed his travel plans and posted onTwitter that he’s headed for New York City to cover yet another late season hurricane. This is terrible news for millions of residents who live in the heavily populated region.
Jim Cantore is the “Mike Wallace” and “Where’s Waldo” of meteorology. When he shows up, residents expect the weather to get interesting. Jim’s passion for field reporting during extreme weather events is well known among TWC viewers. Whether it’s “thunder snow“, an ice storm, tornado chasing, or a category 5 hurricane, there is no place this seasoned and experienced meteorologist would rather be than right in the “eye of the storm.”
First and foremost, Jim Cantore is a hurricane specialist, having reported live from Hurricanes Andrew, Bonnie, Fran, Georges, Gustav, Floyd, Katrina, Mitch and Rita. In 2011, he reported live from Battery Park as Hurricane Irene made landfall in NYC and flooded parts of Lower Manhattan. He later moved to Vermont to cover Irene’s after effects in New England. Jim is a member of both the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society. He holds the AMS Television Seal of Approval…..
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