WeatherNation Delivers Live TV Coverage of Hurricane Florence
WeatherNation TV begins around-the-clock TV coverage of Hurricane Florence starting today to help keep East Coast viewers safe. WeatherNation meteorologists Brett Adair and Logan Poole as well as field correspondents Brandon Clement, John Van Pelt and Ben McMillan will deliver extensive live coverage of weather updates, safety alerts, evacuations and government warnings. WeatherNation will also feature live reports from NOAA's National Hurricane Center in Miami and from local, state and federal emergency management and government officials.
"The forecasting models have differed for this storm so far," according to WeatherNation Severe Weather Expert David Neal. "Landfall of the actual storm may be a slow process, and the threat of catastrophic flooding after it comes ashore remains high."
WeatherNation field correspondents just recently returned from Hawaii and the Gulf Coast after live reporting on Hurricane Lane and Tropical Storm Gordon. WeatherNation's 24-hour channel is carried nationally on DISH satellite TV, across regional cable TV services and broadcast services, and through over-the-top digital TV platforms like Sling TV and mobile devices.