CBS TELEVISION STATIONS SOUTH FLORIDA WFOR/WBFS-TV EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Job Title: METEOROLOGIST Description: Candidate must have a minimum of five years’ experience as a weather anchor working in a television newsroom. Requires on-air experience in weather […]
CBS4 has hired veteran meteorologist John Gerard to anchor the station’s weekend weathercasts.
Storm chasing is a dangerous hobby, everyone knows that. By its very nature putting yourself in harm’s way to see a destructive atmospheric event means you are taking a risk of being overtaken by that event or maybe even becoming part of it.
It was another cool morning across South Florida Tuesday as we begin to thaw out from Monday’s chilly weather.
After a record streak of 80 degree January weather, South Florida temperatures are finally feeling more winter-like.
South Florida will have a chance to dry out after a couple of days of relentless rain that flooded some areas of Miami-Dade County.
It was a very wet, gloomy start to the work week across South Florida Monday and more rain and thunderstorms are possible throughout the day and into the night.