Brady Harp

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

Title: Meteorologist

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

Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks Monday

The meteor shower is caused by the Earth moving through the dust trail of the Swift-Tuttle comet dust every year around this time.

New Map Shows Areas with Higher Risk of Sunburn

Now NASA has partnered with the Center for Disease Control to determine what areas are at the most risk for dangerous sunlight.

Why Do Mosquitoes Bite You More Than Others?

Have you noticed you get bit by the pests more than others?

Hazardous Weather Alerts Could Change Soon

Right now the National Weather Service uses Watch, Warnings, and Advisories.

Area Farmers Still Struggling After Difficult Planting Season

Farmers say growing conditions right now are good but will it be enough after an excessively rainy planting season?

Why are the skies red before and after storms?

Many of you have called Storm Team 10 to ask us why the sky is red before and after storms.

Why are larger cities hotter than rural areas?

Temperatures at night in extreme cases can be almost 20 degrees higher than temperatures in rural areas.

What is an 'Excessive Heat Warning?'

What exactly does Excessive Heat Warning mean?

How Does Hail Form?

Storm Team 10 explains how hailstones form.

Lyford Residents Cleaning Up After Wednesday's Storm

"By the time I entered that room to look out the window a tree had fallen through our house" Urbain says.

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