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.
Meteorologist Cassie Heiter has joined Oklahoma City CBS affiliate KWTV. “Please welcome our newest member of the News 9 Weather Team, Cassie Heiter (Meteorologist)!” KWTV meteorologist Lacey Swope wrote on her facebook page, “You m... Read Post
Former Weather Channel meteorologist Alexandra Steele is back on the air — on CNN — covering Hurricane Irene. She’s fronting weather and travel reports as well as iReport roundups. Steele was among several Weather Channel on-air tal... Read Post