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Tammie Souza

Tammie Souza

Tammie Souza
Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM, AMS, NWA) Climate Change Specialist, Severe Weather Specialist

“Weather has been my passion since childhood when my grandfather took me flying. After seeing my first tornado, I was hooked for life and simply can’t imagine doing anything else”. That deep love of weather runs in the family. Her sister is also broadcast meteorologist, her brother is an airline pilot and her father worked on the space program. A solid team player, Tammie’s on-air career has taken her to stations in Chicago, Philadelphia, Tampa and Milwaukee where she has covered tornadoes, blizzards, hurricanes, floods, heat waves and wildfires. She is a Climate Change and Environmental specialist that regularly produces original reports for television, digital and the web to help people understand the current and future effects and mitigations both locally and globally. She is also experienced at tracking severe weather on-air including tornadoes and derechos and is a trained storm chaser and spotter who contributes live reporting from the field. Tammie holds a Master’s degree in applied meteorology, a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Environmental Science and a certification in Broadcast Meteorology. A certified meteorologist she is one of a handful of women nationwide with both the prestigious CBM (AMS) Certified Broadcast Meteorology Seal of Approval awarded by the American Meteorological Society, and the NWA Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association. Both seals represent rigorous educational requirements in atmospheric science and the highest level of competency in communicating complex weather, water, science and climate information. Honored with 18 Emmy nominations and 9 Emmy awards for Best Weathercast, Best TV Science Report, Feature Reports and Web reports, she also has an award from the Associated Press for Shipwreck Diving on a 125-year-old schooner in Lake Michigan and was nominated for a national NABJ award on Slave Ships of Lake Michigan. Tammie was the first female chairman of the National AMS Board of Broadcast Meteorology. She has served on various National Boards for both the AMS and the NWA and currently is an evaluator for AMS/CBM and NWA Seal applicants. Interests include her Spanish-Portuguese heritage, health and fitness, organic gardening, snow skiing, water skiing, scuba (PADI certified), flying, cake decorating and home remodeling. She is also an avid football, baseball and hockey fan. Tammie is active in numerous organizations and charities involving the Red Cross, Climate Change, Environmental Preservation, Pet Adoption and Pediatric Brain Tumor Research.

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Positions: Weather, Anchor
Experience: Experienced
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