Congratulations James Spann, 2019 National Weatherperson Of The Year

| February 1, 2019 @ 8:02 pm

Image from the official FLASH Facebook page.

For his dedication to his community and for working tirelessly to prepare the public for severe weather, the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes, Inc. (FLASH) is honored to announce that James Spann has been chosen as the 2019 National Weatherperson of the Year.

Dominic Sims, International Code Council CEO and FLASH Board Member, presented the award earlier to James Spann this evening at ABC 33/40.

Here is the official post from the FLASH Facebook page…

The official process began with a field of 70 nominations that were eventually whittled down to five finallist through an online Facebook poll on the FLASH page. The four other finalists were:

Jeff Lindner, Meteorologist – Harris County Flood Control District
Dr. Matthew Sitkowski, Executive Weather Producer – The Weather Channel
Tom Skilling, Chief Meteorologist – WGN-TV Chicago
Weatherboy® – Weatherboy is the cumulative effort of a team of people from Miami to Denver to Hawaii who are passionate about connecting people with the world of weather.

Past winners of the National Weatherperson of the Year Award:
2014 – Jim Cantore, On-Camera Meteorologist and Co-Host, “AMHQ” – The Weather Channel
2015 – Max Mayfield, former National Hurricane Center Director & Hurricane Specialist – WPLG-TV
2016 – Alex Garcia, Chief Meteorologist – KABB-TV
2017 – Dr. Richard Knabb, Hurricane Expert & Tropical Program Manager – The Weather Channel
2018 – Ada Monzón, Meteorologist, AMS Fellow – CBM-WIPR-TV Puerto Rico

For the win, James will be featured on the National Weatherperson of the Year Facebook page and win a complimentary trip to the National Disaster Resilience Conference as well.

Congratulations James!

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Scott Martin is a meteorologist, graphic artist, musician, husband, and a father. Scott is a member of the National Weather Association and the Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association. Scott is also the co-founder of Racecast Weather, which provides accurate forecasts for many racing series across the USA.

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