Morning & Noon Meteorologist - WCSC TV/DT-5 Charleston, South Carolina
Chief Meteorologist -- KAIT TV/DT-8 Jonesboro Arkansas
Broadcast Meteorologist -- WKRG TV News 5 Mobile, Alabama
Meteorology Staff -- WHNT TV 19 Huntsville, Alabama
Associated Press Award -- Breaking News -- Class A TV -- Mobile, Alabama
Associated Press Award -- Best Weathercast -- Charleston, South Carolina
Associated Press Award - Second Place - Best Weathercast - Charleston, South Carolina
University of South Alabama, Major Studies: Broadcast Communications, Minor Studies: Geography/Meteorology
National Weather Association Certification and Seal of Approval
Certificate in Advanced Doppler Radar Interpretation, National Weather Association, Central Iowa Chapter
Pulaski, Tennessee (Yes he is one of those "Big Orange" Tennessee Fans!)
Parents, Larry and Sarah live in Tennessee.
Chad lives in Charleston with his wife Nancy.
"Anchorman", "Good Night & Good Luck", "The WeatherMan", "Crimson Tide"
Aviation, The Lowcountry Beaches, Storm Chasing, Amateur Radio and staying fit!
Chad also holds the rank of Captain with the Charleston County Rescue Squad, where he donates his time away from the television station to help keep the citizens and visitors of Charleston County safe. For more about Charleston County Rescue and what they do, visit their website at www.chasrescue.com.
Chad also donates his time during the Labor Day weekend each year to co-host the Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon.
Likes Best About Lowcountry:
"The people, the food (shrimp & grits!!) beaches and climate. I can't think of a better place to live in the Southeast!"
Most Interesting Assignments:
- Flying over the Lowcountry with the United States Air Force "Thunderbirds" in a F-16 Fighting Falcon.
- Flying with the 403rd Weather Reconnaissance Wing Hurricane Hunters into Hurricane Isidore.
- Covering the United States Navy "Blue Angels" at Pensacola Naval Air Station.
- Chasing tornadoes across the southeast during severe weather season and covering numerous tropical storms and hurricanes from the Gulf Coast to the Atlantic Coast during hurricane season.
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