Forecasting the Weather with Jason Boyer (WLOS)


1 Session: Tuesday, July 13

ZOOM Class, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

Member Fee: $10, Non-Member Fee: $15

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 12

Ever wonder why Western North Carolina's weather can be so fickle? Chief Meteorologist Jason Boyer of WLOS News 13 has been forecasting mountain weather patterns for more than two decades. In this class Jason will explain how unique this region's climate and weather are, show some of the extreme examples and take you through the process of weather forecasting.

JASON BOYER is the Chief Meteorologist for WLOS and WMYA. With a passion for weather that started in childhood, Jason pursued his dream of being a meteorologist and graduated from the University of Illinois while studying Atmospheric Science. During his college years, Jason worked for a local radio station and later a TV station, realizing in the process that he was well suited to the field of broadcast meteorology. He has won two Associated Press awards for Best Weathercast, one in Colorado and the other in North Carolina. Jason comes to us after stops in Chattanooga and Denver.