Brady Harp is the Weekend Evening Meteorologist at WTHI-TV.
Brady Harp is the Weekend Evening Meteorologist at WTHI-TV. He joined Storm Team 10 in October of 2017.
Prior to joining WTHI, Brady worked two years as a weekend weather anchor and multimedia journalist at WEVV-TV in Evansville, Indiana.
He graduated from Eastern Illinois University in 2015 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.
Brady is originally from Robinson, Illinois where he grew up watching News 10. He loves eating, sleeping, and indulging in geeky hobbies like collecting comic books.
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