Storm Center

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Storm Center
Storm Center on-air logo.png
Logo used since 2021
Presented byJacqui Jeras
Chris Warren
Tevin Wooten
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Production location(s)Atlanta, Georgia
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time4 hours
Release
Original networkThe Weather Channel
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
External links
[{{#property:P856}} Website]

Storm Center is an weather news television program on The Weather Channel. It debuted at 4pm EST on November 15, 2021, replacing the timeslot previously occupied by Weather Underground, which itself replaces Weather Center Live's 12-4pm timeslot.[1]

Hosted by Jacqui Jeras, Chris Warren and Tevin Wooten[2], the program focuses on current weather information and discussion of historic weather systems. The program is aired in hour-long blocks. Each block begins with a look at currently active National Weather Service watches and warnings for the contiguous united States, and afterwards focuses on active and upcoming weather systems. One of the three hosts of the show will be positioned at a command center, enabling them to quickly switch to and discus active weather events at that moment; the hosts refer to this position as being "on the radar". Some historical weather systems are also discussed, which have a relation to the current season or weather situation. For example, the first week of programs featured features on the "Perfect Storm" and fall's severe weather season in the southeastern United States. Other segments will often feature a discussion on weather impacts on society. Seasonal features included a live drive-along with a cross-country trucker for the week of Thanksgiving 2021.

Notable on-air staff

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References

  1. Elliot, Mark [@twcMarkElliot] (12 November 2021). "End of an era. Today I'm your Storm Specialist 12-4p for LAST edition of Weather Center Live. Monday, Weather Underground moves to 12-4p (I'll still fill in) & new show Storm Center starts 4-8p. When not on #wutv, I'll do some special @pattrn projects & some live field reporting" (Tweet). Retrieved 12 November 2021 – via Twitter.
  2. The Weather Channel [@weatherchannel] (12 November 2021). "Ready for your Friday to get even better?!? 👀 We're excited to share that we're bringing an ALL-NEW show to The Weather Channel! Starting Monday, Meteorologists @TevinWooten, @JacquiJerasTV, and @TWCChrisWarren are LIVE 😎 Watch Storm Center every weekday starting at 4/3c" (Tweet). Retrieved 24 November 2021 – via Twitter.