(WDTN) - Veteran 2 NEWS meteorologist Brian Davis has been named ChiefMeteorologist of the Live Doppler 2X weather team. Davis takes overfor Carl Nichols who is retiring on January 9th after more thanthirty years with WDTN-TV. Davis will forecast the weather in the5, 5:30, 6, 10, and 11pm newscasts.
"We are thrilled to promote Brian to this important positionwithin our news department," said Steve Diorio, WDTN-TV NewsDirector. "Brian takes the reigns as the most experiencedmeteorologist in the Miami Valley and he looks forward to keepingyou and your family safe when weather's at its worst."
A native of Troy, Ohio, Brian attended Wright State Universityand received a Bachelor of Science degree in Atmospheric Sciencefrom Purdue University. Brian has been with WDTN-TV since July of1982.
"I'm honored and excited to be given the assignment of leadingsuch a fine group of meteorologists," said Brian Davis, LiveDoppler 2X Chief Meteorologist. "I'm taking over for a man whopeople have trusted for so many years. While my hours certainlywill change, I will work extremely hard to make sure I give you andyour family the most accurate forecast every day and night."
Jamie Jarosik will move to 2 NEWS Sunrise as the meteorologistfor the morning newscast from 5 -7am. Jarosik will also forecastthe weather during 2 NEWS at Noon.
"I look forward to having people start their day with me in themorning on 2 NEWS Sunrise," said Jamie Jarosik, Live Doppler 2XMeteorologist. "I know how important the weather can be in themorning and I'll be on your side getting you out the door."
Brian and Jamie's first day in their new roles will take placeMonday, January 19th.
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