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Heather Tesch Leaving Weather Channel

Heather Tesch is among the Weather Channel on air meteorologists losing their job as the network revamps programming and cuts up to 7% of its workforce. Tesch thought Sunday would be her last day, writing on Facebook: But Hurricane Sandy has kept her around a little longer. Tesch co-anchored Day Planner on Monday as Hurricane Sandy marched up the East Coast. The Minnesota native has been with Weather for the last 14 years.
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