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Dennis Phillips

Chief Meteorologist

ABC News

HQ Phone:  (212) 456-7777

Email: d***@***.com

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ABC News

47 W. 66Th Street 3Rd Floor

New York City, New York,10023

United States

Company Description

ABC News is responsible for all of the ABC Television Network's news programming on a variety of platforms: television, radio and the Internet. Its flagship program is "World News with Diane Sawyer" with other programs including "Good Morning America," "Nightl... more

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Chief Meteorologist

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Meteorologist

National Weather Service


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www.tsshepherdcenter.org

Pictured on the left are: Dennis Phillips, Chief Meteorologist with local ABC News who was the Master of Ceremonies for the event and Gail Gendrau, Director of Volunteerism at The Shepherd Center.


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According to ABC Action News Meteorologist Denis Phillips, a 22° halo is caused by tiny ice crystals contained in high cirrostratus clouds.
The sunlight (or moonlight) REFRACTS through the ice at a 22 degree angle. Phillips added that the halo is a ...


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Denis PhillipsABC Action News Personalities: Denis PhillipsDenis PhillipsSend Email Denis' desire to be a television meteorologist began by seeing Santa on radar when he was 6 years old.It's true....although severe weather really hooked him.He is one of those crazies you'll see tied to a palm tree in a category 3 hurricane ... doing a live shot....sideways. Denis attended Penn State University because of its reputation in weather, since one out of every four meteorologists in the world comes from PSU.He SWEARS their national championship football team the year before had NOTHING to do with it! Denis graduated in 1985 and got his first on-air position in Salisbury, Maryland, shortly thereafter.After stops in Gainesville, Providence, and Los Angeles, Denis finally ended up in Tampa.He says the Bay area offers all the challenges weather-wise he could ever hope for: severe thunderstorms, tropical storms, and plenty of palm trees to tie himself to! Denis is the Chief Meteorologist at ABC Action News.He can be seen weeknights on their 5, 5:30, 6, and 11 p.m. newscasts. Denis Phillips


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Denis Phillips


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Denis PhillipsSend Email Denis' desire to be a television meteorologist began by seeing Santa on radar when he was 6 years old.It's true....although severe weather really hooked him.He is one of those crazies you'll see tied to a palm tree in a category 3 hurricane ... doing a live shot....sideways. Denis attended Penn State University because of its reputation in weather, since one out of every four meteorologists in the world comes from PSU.He SWEARS their national championship football team the year before had NOTHING to do with it! Denis graduated in 1985 and got his first on-air position in Salisbury, Maryland, shortly thereafter.After stops in Gainesville, Providence, and Los Angeles, Denis finally ended up in Tampa.He says the Bay area offers all the challenges weather-wise he could ever hope for: severe thunderstorms, tropical storms, and plenty of palm trees to tie himself to! Denis is the Chief Meteorologist at ABC Action News.He can be seen weeknights on their 5, 5:30, 6, and 11 p.m. newscasts. Denis Phillips


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