AS Hurricane Sally takes its toll, Weather Channel presenter Jim Cantore is at the forefront of the storm.
He is moving across the US to make sure he gives viewers the best up-to-date coverage.
Jim Cantore is one of the most famous weather presenters in the US[/caption]
Where is Weather Channel presenter Jim Cantore?
When Jim is in your town, it’s time to take cover or evacuate.
The presenter was live for the Weather Channel Monday morning (September 14, 2020) in New Orleans.
But as the storm’s track shifted east he was in Gulfport on Tuesday (September 15, 2020.
Today (September 16, 2020) he is in Florida.
Jim is known for his work on the Weather Channel[/caption]
Who is Jim Cantore?
Jim is a veteran of numerous major storms on the Gulf Coast and is known to take the most dangerous post as the storm nears.
He is a 56-year-old meteorologist.
Jim graduated from Lyndon State College in 1986.
The Weather Channel gave him his first job out of college in July of that year and he has worked there ever since.
Jim has since become one of the most well-known meteorologists on television.
If there is a storm – Jim’s there [/caption]
Where will the other Weather Channel presenters be today?
Here’s where the other Weather Channel reporters will be today (September 16, 2020)
- Columbus, GA: Dave Malkoff
- Daphne, AL: Felicia Combs
- Gulf Shores, AL: Paul Goodloe and Stephanie Abrams
- Mobile, AL: Reynolds Wolf
- Montgomery, AL: Jacqui Jeras
- Navarre, FL: Tevin Wooten
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What do we know bout Hurricane Sally?
On September 15, it was reported that Hurricane Sally was slowly “inching its way” north and was located roughly 60 miles east of the mouth of the Mississippi River.
The National Hurricane Center said Sally has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph and was moving at roughly two mph,
Sally is forecast to bring “historic, life-threatening flash flooding” to the Gulf Coast as the slow-moving Category 1 heads north.