Chris started working at WTHI in June of 2017
Chris Piper is the evening live weather reporter for WTHI. He also is the weather anchor for the 10pm nightly newscast “My Fox 10”. Chris started at WTHI in June of 2017. He helped start the weekend edition of “News 10 This Morning” when he was first hired on as the meteorologist.
He is originally from Illinois. His hometown is Paris, Illinois, and he attended college at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois. He has degrees in both Geography and Broadcast Meteorology. During his time at Eastern, he worked for the student-run PBS Affiliate “News Watch” at WEIU-TV.
When not at work, Chris is usually outdoors hiking, biking, and working out. He loves to travel when he can, and is also an avid sports fan. Shoot him a call at 812-514-8123 anytime with a story idea, or just to talk weather!
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