Northland's NewsCenter Welcomes New Meteorologist

By KBJR Manager

Northland's NewsCenter Welcomes New Meteorologist

January 20, 2011 Updated Jan 20, 2011 at 1:52 PM CDT

The Northland's NewsCenter is excited to announce the addition of Adam Clark to the most experienced news team in the Northland. Adam replaces George Kessler as chief meteorologist for the networks of the Northland's NewsCenter.

A South Carolina native, Adam Clark comes to the Northland from Bend, OR where he was chief meteorologist. Prior to his tenure on the West Coast, Adam served in various roles at stations in Augusta, GA; Columbus, MS; and Columbia, S.C.

Adam earned his bachelor's degree from the University of South Carolina and also holds a master's degree in geosciences/broadcast meteorology from Mississippi State University.

"Adam is a true weather professional," said Barbara Reyelts, news manager for the Northland's NewsCenter. "His experience and knowledge is something we need in this very challenging weather region."

Outside the office, Adam is an active church volunteer serving on several boards and committees. He has also taught courses on meteorology and storm spotting at a local community college.

Adam will start his on-air duties in early February. You can see his forecasts on the KBJR 6 and Range 11 News at 5, 6 and Ten and the KDLH 3 News at 5:30, 6:30 and Ten.

Adam will also provide forecasts for www.northlandsnewscenter.com, www.northlandweather.com, for our radio partners--KBMX-FM (Mix 108), KKCB-FM (B105), and KLDJ-FM (Kool 101.7) and the Duluth News Tribune Monday through Friday.

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