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...Meteorologist Ben Pringle says expect the possibility of showers and thunderstorms throughout the day.
A flash flood watch has been posted through Friday for North Central Kansas.
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The members are contacted via cell phone by Ben Pringle, chief meteorologist for KAKE, and dispatched to safe viewing areas.
The group also has meetings for training sessions and gets questions answered by Pringle
and Jilline Wahl, KAKE
Ben Pringle, ...
Ben Pringle, CBMâ„¢MeteorologistEmail Address: email@example.comMeteorologist Ben Pringle joined the KAKEland WeatherPlex in March 1994.Ben
is designated as a Certified Broadcast Meteorologistâ„¢ by the American Meteorological SocietyÂ®.Before being superseded by the CBMâ„¢, Ben
was awarded the Television Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological SocietyÂ®.Today, he
also maintains the Television Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association
> He came to KAKE from Washington, North Carolina where he was the Chief Meteorologist for WITN-TV.Previously he was a weekend and morning meteorologist for KOTV in Tulsa, Oklahoma.His television weather career began in 1981, as a weekend and morning meteorologist for WIBW in Topeka.A Kansas native, Ben is originally from Arkansas City, Kansas, and received his degree in meteorology from the University of Kansas.In his free time, Ben is an avid tennis player and also enjoys the study of general science and astronomy.
You might catch his
band, Midlife Crisis, playing at a club near you.Additionally, he is a Technician Class Amateur "Ham" Radio operator, working with volunteer storm spotters.Ben
wife Kim have been married for almost 30 years.
RENO COUNTY, Kan. --- KAKE Meteorologist ...
RENO COUNTY, Kan. --- KAKE Meteorologist Ben Pringle says winds as strong as 50 miles per hour could have been to blame for more than 60 downed power poles in Reno County.