Glenn Gazer joins the WPBF 25 First Warning Weather Team

AMS-sealed meteorologist Glenn Glazer joins WPBF 25 First Warning Weather, making it the largest and most experienced weather team in the region. Glazer returns with Mike Lyons, Sandra Shaw, Cris Martinez, Brooke Silverang and Vanessa Vinent to forecast the weather in South Florida on January 10th. WPBF 25 First Warning Weather has been recognized as the most accurate local team for eight consecutive years and is independently certified by WeatheRate. “I love the weather and am really looking forward to returning to television here, where I’ve been home for years,” said Glazer. “I am honored to be part of WPBF 25 First Warning Weather, the team that you can trust in bad weather and every day. WPBF 25 First Warning Weather is committed to keeping people in our community informed and safe. ”Glazer is no stranger to South Florida viewers having served as a meteorologist with WPTV for 14 years, most recently on the weekdays before his Departed in 2020. He also held meteorological positions with KENS in San Antonio, Texas and KMID in Midland. Texas. Local audiences may also remember Glazer from his time on the radio as a DJ for 98.7 The Gater and then 103.1 The Buzz. “Glenn is a highly respected member of our community. The combination of his expertise and years of experience in forecasting local weather patterns is a tremendous addition to our trusted weather team, “said Caroline Taplett, President and General Manager of WPBF 25.” Glenn reiterates WPBF 25’s continued commitment to our viewers, a comprehensive one provide local weather coverage and make our team the largest and most experienced in South Florida. ”Glazer graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. He later received his degree in broadcast meteorology from Mississippi State University. Glazer lives in Jupiter with his wife and two children. In addition to being an AMS-licensed meteorologist, he’s also a former licensed Coast Guard captain, open water diver, musician, golfer, and Disney enthusiast. He has also authored numerous children’s books and volunteers with several local nonprofits.

AMS-sealed meteorologist Glenn Glazer joins WPBF 25 First Warning Weather, making it the largest and most experienced weather team in the region.

Glazer returns January 10th to forecast the weather in South Florida alongside Mike Lyons, Sandra Shaw, Cris Martinez, Brooke Silverang and Vanessa Vinent. WPBF 25 First Warning Weather has been recognized as the most accurate local team for eight consecutive years and is independently certified by WeatheRate.

“I love the weather and am really looking forward to returning to television here, where I’ve been home for years,” said Glazer. “I am honored to be part of WPBF 25 First Warning Weather, the team that you can trust in bad weather and every day. WPBF 25 First Warning Weather is committed to keeping people in our community up to date and safe. ”

Glazer is no stranger to South Florida viewers having served as a meteorologist with WPTV for 14 years, most recently on the days of the week leading up to his 2020 departure. He also held meteorologist positions with KENS in San Antonio, Texas and KMID in Midland. Texas. Local audiences may also remember Glazer from his time on the radio as a DJ for 98.7 The Gater and then 103.1 The Buzz.

“Glenn is a highly respected member of our community. The combination of his expertise and years of experience in forecasting local weather patterns is a tremendous addition to our trusted weather team, “said Caroline Taplett, President and General Manager of WPBF 25.” Glenn reiterates WPBF 25’s continued commitment to our viewers, a comprehensive one provide local weather reports and make our team the largest and most experienced in South Florida. ”

Glazer graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications. He later received his degree in broadcast meteorology from Mississippi State University.

Glazer lives in Jupiter with his wife and two children. In addition to being an AMS-licensed meteorologist, he’s also a former licensed Coast Guard captain, open water diver, musician, golfer, and Disney enthusiast. He has also authored numerous children’s books and volunteers with several local nonprofits.

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