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StormHour Featured Meteorologist

Featured Meteorologist – Jim Cantore

Featured Meteorologist – Jim Cantore

by Mark Boardman

July 10, 2018


Jim Cantore. The Weather Channel

Jim is an on-camera meteorologist at The Weather Channel & one of the most recognised faces in weather. He is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and AMS Fellow and the proud owner of over 100 Japanese Maples.

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Question 1. What was your most memorable weather event?

My most memorable weather event was Katrina. I covered the Florida and Mississippi landfalls. It was like being on a movie set after landfall with things I could have never imagined. This event forever changed me. I saw the worst and the best in man from this event.
Hurricane Katrina Making Landfall in New Orleans
Hurricane Katrina Making Landfall in New Orleans


Question 2. What is your favourite and least favourite type of weather?

I love snowstorms especially when they include lightning :)

I don't like floods. Nobody wins in a flood! Nobody!

Question 3. If you weren't a meteorologist what would you most like to be?

I would be a landscaper. I'm a tree hugger from Vermont. I love making things that nobody else wants grow come back to life. I have over 100 Japanese maples.

Question 4. From a purely meteorological point of view, where would you most like to live?

I've travelled on assignment to every state but North Dakota for my 30 plus years at TWC. I really can't pick one place. I love California, I think it's our prettiest state overall so I'll do this by season...

Winter- Key West, FL
Spring- Asheville, North Carolina
Summer- Lake Tahoe
Fall - Vermont

Question 5. Is there anything else you'd like to share?

I have met so many wonderful people in the meteorological community and I'm so very thankful for that. I love how we come together at conferences to learn and improve being the first line of protection for the public when facing a potential weather hazard. We must continue to improve our message and welcome other ideas for the greater good of the people we serve. A message that our customers understand and respond to for the safety of themselves and their families should always at the forefront of what we do.

Jim Cantore

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