Brady Harp

Brady Harp is the Weekend Evening Meteorologist at WTHI-TV.

Title: Meteorologist
Braden.Harp@wthitv.com

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.

Recent Posts by Brady Harp

Prairie Creek Park Prepares for Syrup Production

The Vigo County Parks Department has been selling syrup harvested last season but now they're looking forward to next year.

Vigo County Parks Department Preparing Hiking Trails for Future Park

Former parks superintendent Keith Ruble says he knew the land south of Terre Haute was an opportunity immediately.

Christmas Walk This Saturday At Fowler Park

The walk will begin at 4pm in Pioneer Village.

Destroyed Pioneer Cabin Nearly Rebuilt Ahead of Ceremony

Workers are putting the final touches on a cabin that was destroyed by fire last year.

Three Types of Winter Storms And How They Impact Us

The Wabash Valley is mainly impacted by three different kinds of winter storms.

Preventing Holiday Decorations Increasing Fire Risk

Terre Haute fire officials say if you are setting up an artificial tree make sure you look it over first.

Winter Weather Prep Week: Avoiding Hypothermia

Many suffer from symptoms of hypothermia without realizing it.

Winter Weather Prep Week: After Winter Storms

Several inches of snow may be on the ground. What now?

Winter Prep. Week: Getting Your Car Ready for Winter

Preparing your vehicle now will reduce the risk of accidents and bad situations later.

Student use technology to create unique pieces of art

The public was invited to a one-night only, large scale projection exhibit at ISU Thursday. Students created works using virtual reality, augmented reality and digital animation.

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