Tevin Wooten is an Emmy® award-winning weather reporter and an on-camera meteorologist with The Weather Channel television network. He brings true professionalism and showmanship to the network.
Tevin holds degrees in broadcast journalism from the University of Arkansas, and meteorology from Florida State University, with a minor in mathematics. After graduating from Florida State in 2018, he immediately joined The Weather Channel. Tevin forecasts for the network on a variety of shows, including AMHQ, and field anchors severe weather coverage.
During his time with the network, Tevin forecasted from the frontlines and covered major weather events such as Hurricanes Hermine, Florence, Michael and Dorian, flooding in North Carolina and deadly tornadoes that brought destruction to his home state of Arkansas in 2014. In the immediate moments after tragedy and natural disasters, Tevin is one of the network’s top meteorologists for storytelling.
He is the former president of the American Meteorological Society and National Weather Association (North Florida Chapter). Tevin has worked as a journalist and weather anchor in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and spent time as an EV30 design intern with engineers at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.