Chris started working at WTHI in June of 2017
Chris started working at WTHI in June of 2017 as a Multimedia Journalist and weekend weather anchor. He graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a major in Geography and a minor in Broadcast Meteorology. While at Eastern, he worked for the student-run PBS affiliate “News Watch” at WEIU-TV.
Chris is originally from Paris, Illinois. He loves being outdoors, traveling, and being around good company. Shoot him a call at 812-514-8123 with any story ideas, weather questions, or just to say hi!
There's a small plant that's responsible for all your sneezing and coughing.
Fall is just around the corner, however things are still dry.
The Wabash Valley is extremely dry, and nearing drought like conditions.
Now that we're into the first week of September, what are things looking like for the month?
There is a very specific reason this storm has been slow moving, almost coming to a stop.
With our cooler than average temperatures, many people are wondering if summer really is over.
Although we have gotten our fair share of scattered showers, we are not far from being considered in a drought.
The US Drought Monitor has parts of the Wabash Valley starting to move toward the "abnormally dry" phase.
You may have heard the song of cicadas at night, but what kind of insects are they exactly?
You may have heard the Storm Team talk about sunshine fueling storms later in the day. Here's the reason why.