What happened to the weatherman on Channel 5?

The meteorologist underwent rotator cuff surgery. “You may have noticed I’ve been off the weather for a few days and it will be a few more days before I’m back on the air,” Mike said in his Facebook post. “I had rotator cuff surgery. It’s been hurting for a while and I couldn’t point with my left hand.

Is Bob Copeland still alive?

“Bob” Copeland, 86 of Lafferty, Ohio died Monday, July 19, 2021 at his home. He was born January 31, 1935 in Lafferty, Ohio son of the late Joseph Leslie and Mildred Day Shry Copeland.

Where is Todd Gross now?

Todd currently resides in Massachusetts and does voice-overs and video on the web.

Who is the longest running weatherman on TV?

Nick Gregory is a famous meteorologist for WNYW (FOX5) in New York. Gregory has been working for WNYW for over two decades and he is the longest serving broadcast meteorologist with a single television station.

Who is the new weather girl on Channel 5?

Katie Donovan
WLWT-TV is expanding its weather reporting team next month with the addition of a Cincinnati native. Channel 5 announced Tuesday Katie Donovan will join the WLWT weather team in mid-August on weekend evenings as the station’s fifth meteorologist.

What does a chief meteorologist make?

Chief Meteorologist Salaries

Job Title Salary
Miller Instruments Meteorologist salaries – 2 salaries reported $66,980/yr
SNC-Lavalin Meteorologist salaries – 1 salaries reported $65,758/yr
Dalhousie University Meteorologist salaries – 1 salaries reported $82,066/yr

Who is Bob Copeland?

Bob Copeland is in his eighth season as an assistant coach at Ohio Northern and will assist with the offensive line and serve as the head coach of the ONU Freshman squad. Prior to arriving at ONU, he coached high school football from 1968-2005 and is a member of the Indiana Football Hall of Fame.

Who played the weatherman in the perfect storm?

Christopher McDonald
Christopher McDonald: Todd Gross Jump to: Quotes (1)

Is Danielle Niles leaving Channel 4?

After almost exactly six years at WBZ, meteorologist Danielle Niles is leaving the station. And not only that, she’s also leaving the industry. Niles announced Tuesday morning that she’s leaving WBZ at the end of the month to be a stay-at-home mom. The Weymouth native’s last day on air will be Thursday.