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The Weather Channel television network in the US has added Tevin Wooten as an on-camera meteorologist.

tevin wooten 17 may 2018Prior to his new role, Wooten was a weather production and on-camera meteorologist intern at the Weather Channel during the summer of 2017, and also served as a weekday weather-anchor for Florida State University’s weather show, FSU Weather.

After receiving his degree in journalism from University of Arkansas, Wooten began his on-camera career as a general assignment reporter and fill-in weather anchor and producer at KNWA & FOX 24, the Northwest Arkansas NBC/FOX affiliate news stations. His passion for the weather led him to enroll at Florida State University to pursue and earn a second Bachelor’s degree, this time in meteorology, which he earned this year.

“We’re excited to welcome Tevin back to the Weather Channel family. Tevin’s enthusiasm and dedication for live weather coverage are fantastic qualities that he brings to our team of world-class meteorologists,” said Nora Zimmett, SVP of Content and Programming at the network. “His passion for meteorology and talent for storytelling will make him a valuable asset, both in the studio and out in the field.”

Wooten is also a 2016 Emmy Award Winner (Mid-America Chapter).