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Storm Team 11 Morning Meteorologist

Jeremy Eisenzopf

Jeremy Eisenzopf is the new morning meteorologist for WJHL. He comes to the Tri-Cities from Florida where he worked in Tampa and Fort Myers. He also has spent some time in Louisiana and Michigan.

He looks forward to help waking you up every weekday morning starting at 4:30a.m. delivering the latest weather information. 

On a personal note, Jeremy has been married for 11years with 3 beautiful children. He looks forward to becoming more acquainted and finding ways to serve the community.


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