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Press Release

March 14, 2014

Veteran Meteorologist Dave Schwartz Returns to The Weather Channel

ATLANTA -- March 14, 2014 -- Dave Schwartz, longtime meteorologist for The Weather Channel, will return to the network beginning April 2014. Schwartz, who spent more than 20 years at The Weather Channel, is a fan favorite with a passion for weather and a magnetic personality.

“Fans of The Weather Channel have spoken and told us that Dave Schwartz made the weather fun for them while teaching them about the science of weather,” said David Clark, President of The Weather Channel. “Dave’s enthusiasm truly embodies our belief that It’s Amazing Out There, and everyone here is happy to have him back and we know our viewers will feel the same.”

Since leaving the network in 2008, Schwartz has continued to pursue his passion for meteorology, writing a weekly weather column for the O.C. Post Sentinel. During his time at The Weather Channel, Schwartz spent more than 17 years on-camera and was one of the most beloved personalities on the network. Previously, he worked as a radio meteorologist for The Weather Channel Radio, serving stations across the country and got his start as a part-time meteorological technician, drawing maps for on-air use. Schwartz is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native who graduated from Temple University.

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