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Timothy Albertson

Timothy Albertson joins Fort Wayne’s NBC News Weekend fresh out of Penn State University with a B.S. in Meteorology.  Born and raised in the northwest Ohio, Timothy is happy to be back in the midwest.  Timothy had internships at WJET-TV in Erie, Pennsylvania and WICU/WSEE-TV.  He’s also passionate about history …

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Timothy Albertson

Timothy Albertson joins Fort Wayne’s NBC News Weekend fresh out of Penn State University with a B.S. in Meteorology.  Born and raised in the northwest Ohio, Timothy is happy to be back in the midwest.  Timothy had internships at WJET-TV in Erie, Pennsylvania and WICU/WSEE-TV.  He’s also passionate about history …

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Yasser Kishk

Meteorologist Yasser Kishk joined Fort Wane’s NBC in October 2016. Born and raised in Oxford, Mississippi, home of the Ole Miss Rebels. Yasser knew he wanted to be a meteorologist since as far back as he could remember. As a kid he would watch with The Weather Channel for hours on end, and got …

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Yasser Kishk

Meteorologist Yasser Kishk joined Fort Wane’s NBC in October 2016. Born and raised in Oxford, Mississippi, home of the Ole Miss Rebels. Yasser knew he wanted to be a meteorologist since as far back as he could remember. As a kid he would watch with The Weather Channel for hours on end, and got …

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Chris Daniels

Chief meteorologist Chris Daniels has been forecasting weather for more than 30 years.  In that time he has seen just about everything from hurricanes to blizzards to ice storms and more.  Chris has spent more than 10 years on Fort Wayne television, working on the 21Alive morning show.  Before that he spent more than …

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Chris Daniels

Chief meteorologist Chris Daniels has been forecasting weather for more than 30 years.  In that time he has seen just about everything from hurricanes to blizzards to ice storms and more.  Chris has spent more than 10 years on Fort Wayne television, working on the 21Alive morning show.  Before that he spent more than …

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