Our Personalities

Stephanie Abrams

On-Camera Meteorologist and Co-Host, AMHQ

Since 2003, the spirited and passionate Stephanie Abrams has covered every type of severe weather.  In the field, Stephanie has covered hurricanes, tornadoes, heat waves, flooding, snow, and fires. Her enthusiasm for educating and sharing life-saving information and stories of survival has taken her across the country and overseas.   Her creativity has spanned across the numerous shows shes been a part of including Abrams and Bettes and Wake Up with Al and her current role as a co-host of AMHQ (“...

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Mike Bettes

On-Camera Meteorologist and Host, Weather Underground

Mike Bettes is an award-winning meteorologist for The Weather Channel®. No stranger to severe weather, he has covered nearly every extreme weather event since he began at The Weather Channel in 2003, including the Joplin, Missouri tornado in 2011 and the El Reno, Oklahoma tornado in 2013. In 2009 and 2010, he was part of the largest tornado field experiment in history, Vortex 2, to help better understand this elusive phenomenon. During his career, Bettes has covered nearly every type of weather imaginable...

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Chris Bruin

On-Camera Meteorologist

Chris Bruin is an on-camera meteorologist for The Weather Channel television network. Typically he can be found during the week in the afternoons on Weather Center Live, but makes many appearances on AMHQ and even Weather Underground. If a major weather event is threatening America, oftentimes Chris will be out in the field, covering the storm first-hand with his energetic expertise and a splash of creativity. Prior to joining The Weather Channel, Bruin served as the Morning Meteorologist at KIFI-Local...

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Jim Cantore

On-Camera Meteorologist and Co-Host, AMHQ

Jim Cantore, on-camera meteorologist for The Weather Channel television network, has been one of the nation’s most respected and renowned forecasters for more than 30 years. His ability to explain to viewers the scientific cause-and-effect of the weather transcends from meteorology to journalism. Cantore was born in Waterbury, Connecticut and raised in White River Junction, Vermont. He graduated from Lyndon State College and joined The Weather Channel in 1986 immediately after graduating college. Cantore...

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Jen Carfagno

On-Camera Meteorologist and Co-Host, AMHQ

Jen Carfagno is co-host of AMHQ (“Americas Morning Headquarters”) weekdays from 5-9 a.m. ET on The Weather Channel television network.   During her more than 20 years at the network, Jen has covered all types of extreme weather in the studio on-camera, behind the scenes, and out in the field. Shes been out battling the wind and snow during blizzard warnings, slopping through torrential and flooding rain, sliding in ice storms, and bracing against the wind and rain in landfalling hurricanes.  Jen earned...

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Kelly Cass

On-Camera Meteorologist and Co-Host, AMHQ Weekend

Kelly Cass is an on-camera meteorologist at The Weather Channel® who first appeared on air at the network in January 2000.  She can now be seen every Saturday and Sunday morning from 5-9 a.m. ET on AMHQ Weekends and also fills in during the week. Before joining The Weather Channel, she was the morning weekday meteorologist at WRGB-TV, the CBS affiliate in Schenectady, NY, where she worked for seven years. While working at WRGB, she was awarded the New York State Broadcasting Award for best storm coverage...

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Felicia Combs

On-Camera Meteorologist

Felicia Combs can be seen on The Weather Channel television network sharing her passion for the weather with viewers. Whether it be from in the studio or live, on location, Felicia’s happy place is talking about the weather and how it affects viewers daily lives.  Felicia joined the network in June 2019 from WSVN in Miami. Prior to that, she worked in West Palm Beach, Florida. While in Florida, Felicia covered the two major hurricanes that directly impacted south Florida, including Matthew and Irma....

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Mark Elliot

On-Camera Meteorologist

Mark Elliot is an award-winning Storm Specialist and On-Camera Meteorologist for The Weather Channel.  He has been part of The Weather Channel broadcast team since 2004, and since then, has been a part of the coverage of just about every type of weather phenomena. Mark holds a dual major undergraduate degree from Rutgers University in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science Physics. He then continued his studies at The Georgia Institute of Technology, completing a Master of Science in Earth and Atmospheric...

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Paul Goodloe

On-Camera Meteorologist and Co-Host, Weekend Recharge

Paul Goodloe co-hosts Weekend Recharge weekend mornings from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on The Weather Channel. Goodloe joined the network in 1999 after several years as on-camera weathercaster at KSDK-TV in St. Louis, KRIV-TV in Houston, and KSBY-TV in San Luis Obisbo, CA. After majoring in geography at the University of Texas at Austin, Goodloe earned his masters degree in climatology from the University of California at Berkeley. Goodloe was born and raised in New Rochelle, NY, about 30 minutes north of New...

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Jacqui Jeras

On-Camera Meteorologist

Jacqui Jeras is an award-winning, veteran on-camera meteorologist who started at The Weather Channel as a freelancer in 2016. She joined the network full time in April of 2019.  Jacqui has experience working at both the national and local level. She prepares and forecasts weekday afternoons on Weather Center Live and also reports from the field. Jacqui is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, a distinction she earned through the American Meteorological Society. She also has a Seal of Approval from the...

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Dr. Rick Knabb

Hurricane Expert

Dr. Rick Knabb is The Weather Channel’s on-air hurricane expert and tropical program manager. He leads hurricane and tropical storm reporting and provides expert in-depth forecast analyses and updates for the nation’s only 24-hour source of national storm coverage. Dr. Knabb returned to The Weather Channel in 2017 after serving as Director of the National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Miami from 2012-2017. While at the NHC, he supervised the development of various programs implemented to change the way the...

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Dave Malkoff


Dave Malkoff is a six-time Emmy® award-winning journalist who travels the world covering stories for The Weather Channel television network. He reports live from natural disasters and hosts the network’s “Weather Channel Explores” documentary series. Previously, Dave worked as a science and technology reporter at KTLA-TV Los Angeles. Dave was also a reporter for KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV, both CBS flagship stations in Los Angeles. During his time in LA, he covered major wildfires, earthquakes, the private space...

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Stu Ostro

Senior Director of Weather Communications, Senior Meteorologist

Stu’s obsession with weather and desire to become a meteorologist started with a phobia of thunder and lightning as a child!  More than 40 years ago while attending Penn State, Stu began delivering forecasts to the public, via radio stations served by the universitys Campus Weather Service. Upon receiving his B.S. in Meteorology, his professional career began at Accu-Weather as a Forecaster, then a Senior Forecaster. His responsibilities included delivering weather forecasts on radio stations, as well...

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Carl Parker

On-Camera Meteorologist, Hurricane Specialist and Storm Specialist

Carl Parker has been a fan of the skies for as long as he can remember. Even as a kid as young as five years old, he was fascinated by storms; he would look out the window for long periods of time, totally engrossed in the show. Parker would turn that childhood passion into a career, as a broadcast meteorologist for nearly three decades. And, self-admittedly, Park is still in awe of the drama and dynamism of a stormy atmosphere.  Parker joined The Weather Channel as an On-Camera Meteorologist (OCM) in...

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Dr. Greg Postel

Hurricane and Storm Specialist

Dr. Postel was born in Philadelphia and raised in Princeton, New Jersey. Like many weather enthusiasts, his fascination with the skies began early in life. But it wasnt a particular storm that got him hooked; it was the everyday weather. Wind blowing through the trees captured my imagination from day one, literally. I could waste endless hours watching the anemometer dial in my room, wondering how high it would go, no joke. Afternoon naps on the back porch as an infant may have had everything to do with...

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Mike Seidel

On-Camera Meteorologist and Field Meteorologist

Mike Seidel joined The Weather Channel® in 1992 and stands ready to go out on assignments at a moments notice to cover a variety of weather events for the American public.  Since 1996, he’s produced over 21,000 live shots while covering weather live in 46 states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico and Jamaica.  And in August, 2012, he was the first U.S. meteorologist to report live from Cuba while covering Tropical Storm Isaac. From 2002-2012, Seidel hosted the weekly ‘NFL Tailgate Forecasts’ from outdoor...

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Jordan Steele

On-Camera Meterologist

Jordan Steele is an award-winning on-camera meteorologist who joined The Weather Channel in early 2020. He helped introduce a new format called QUIBI and now works with the AMHQ team. Jordan comes to The Weather Channel with his West-Coast roots, highlighting his passion for outdoor life, approachable vibe and healthy lifestyle. His last stop was in Seattle, WA where he worked for KING 5 Television and won an Emmy for Best Weathercaster for the Northwest region. Prior to that he worked in Austin, TX --...

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Alex Wallace

On-Camera Meteorologist

Alex Wallace has been an on-camera meteorologist at The Weather Channel since May 2006. Alex prepares and delivers weather forecasts in studio and in the field, covering storms and other weather related topics. Alex holds the National Weather Association’s Seal of Approval.   Alex is a graduate of the University of Georgia where he earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast news along with a certificate in new media studies. He also earned a master’s degree in geosciences with an emphasis in broadcast...

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Chris Warren

On-Camera Meteorologist

Chris Warren is an Emmy Award winning on-camera meteorologist and host for The Weather Channel. He can be seen weekdays from 1:00-5:00 p.m. ET on Weather Center Live and frequently reporting from the field.  Prior to joining The Weather Channel, Warren was a meteorologist for KING-TV in Seattle and contributed to Northwest Cable News. He also worked at KTVZ-TV in Bend, Oregon, as a chief weather anchor and at KSBY-TV in San Luis Obispo, California as a weather anchor and reporter. A recipient of the AMS...

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Alex Wilson

On-Camera Meteorologist and Co-Host, Weather Underground

Alex Wilson joined The Weather Channel in March 2013.  Previously, she worked as the morning meteorologist at FOX Carolina in Greenville, SC. Before that, she spent two years at WOWK-TV and WVNS-TV in Huntington, WV. Alex grew up in Macungie, PA, and studied at Syracuse University and Penn State University. She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelors degree in both broadcast journalism and marketing from Syracuse University in May 2006. In December 2007, she graduated with distinction from Penn State...

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Reynolds Wolf

On-Camera Meteorologist and Co-Host, AMHQ Weekend

Reynolds Wolf serves as co-host of AMHQ Weekend that airs Saturday and Sunday 6-9 a.m. ET on The Weather Channel television network.  Previously, Reynolds worked as a studio meteorologist and field correspondent at CNN covering wildfires, floods, tornadoes, heatwaves, winter storms, and earthquakes. He also reported live from many hurricanes and tropical storms along the Gulf Coast, Eastern Seaboard, The Bahamas, and Hawaii. Reynolds spent much of the spring and summer of 2010 reporting on the oil...

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Tevin Wooten

On-Camera Meteorologist

Tevin Wooten is an Emmy® award-winning weather reporter and an on-camera meteorologist with The Weather Channel television network. He brings true professionalism and showmanship to the network. Tevin holds degrees in broadcast journalism from the University of Arkansas, and meteorology from Florida State University, with a minor in mathematics. After graduating from Florida State in 2018, he immediately joined The Weather Channel. Tevin forecasts for the network on a variety of shows, including AMHQ, and...

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