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16 March 2006

Reynolds Wolf Joins CNN's Weather Team

Reynolds Wolf, a veteran weathercaster and meteorologist with experience across the United States, will join CNN's weather team, it was announced today by Susan Bunda, senior vice president of news of CNN/U.S.  Wolf's new assignment with the cable news network will begin Monday, March 6.

"In terms of weather, Reynolds has seen it all:  Hurricanes in Florida, blizzards in Michigan, windstorms in the heartland and thunderstorms in the Deep South," Bunda said. "We're pleased that he can join our expert weather team and report on all of those weather conditions on one network."

"Providing local weather reports for stations across the country offers considerable enjoyment and challenges for any weathercaster," Wolf said.  "But covering weather all over the United States for a nationwide audience takes such opportunities to an entirely different level.  I'm thrilled to be joining CNN's weather team."

Wolf comes to CNN from KMOV in St. Louis, where he served as part of the CBS affiliate's weather team since 2005.  He has also served as a weathercaster for WKMG in Orlando, Fla.; WDIV in Detroit; KXAN-TV in Austin, Texas; and KSBY-TV in San Luis Obispo, Calif.  Wolf began his weather career at WISU-TV in Anniston, Ala.

Wolf is a graduate of Jacksonville State University in Alabama and has taken courses in meteorology and climatology at Mississippi State University.  He is also an associate member of the American Meteorology Society and the National Weather Association.

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