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Meteorologist

Phone: (509) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Grand Junction, Colorado, United States
National Weather Service
2601 North Rambo Rd
Spokane , Washington 99224
United States

Company Description: The National Weather Service provides weather, hydrologic, and climate forecasts and warnings for the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Penn State University
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Dennis Phillips, ...
www.durangoherald.com, 11 June 2015 [cached]
Dennis Phillips, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, said in coming days, Durango could see up to an inch of rain per hour in a succession of thunderstorms.
In the Animas, you already have very high flows. Any additional heavy rain will impact that, Phillips said. Right now, theres a flood advisory going for that area pretty much all along the Animas from Silverton down. Thunderstorms are just expanding all over that area, right now, across (U.S. Highway) 550, even over to Telluride and down to New Mexico.
ABC Action News Personalities: Denis Phillips
www.abcactionnews.com, 27 Aug 2003 [cached]
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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.
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Denis Phillips
The storm had the potential to ...
www.cortezjournal.com, 8 Sept 2014 [cached]
The storm had the potential to bring 1 to 3 inches of rain to the Cortez area through Tuesday, according to NWS meteorologist Dennis Phillips. Initially, the flash flood watch extended till midnight Tuesday.
After that, the Four Corners is expected to dry out, Phillips said.
Norbert was classified as a Category 3 hurricane but was downgraded to a tropical storm over the weekend.
Phillips said the storm pumped a huge amount of water vapor into the atmosphere, known as precipital water, and sent it north toward the American Southwest.
Normally the water vapor level is at 0.6 inches, but we are expecting double that due to Norbert, he said.
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Our motto is turn around and dont drown, Phillips said.
The system is the first push ...
www.durangoherald.com, 9 July 2014 [cached]
The system is the first push of monsoon moisture this year, said Dennis Phillips, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Grand Junction.
The storms will be accompanied by light steering winds, meaning theyre expected to linger. The system will be putting out a lot of rain and not moving thats when you get a lot of potential for flash flooding, Phillips said.
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We expect the storms to fire on the mountains again like they usually do in the afternoon, Phillips said.
The high-pressure system will be putting ...
www.durangoherald.com, 9 July 2014 [cached]
The high-pressure system will be putting out a lot of rain and not moving thats when you get a lot of potential for flash flooding, said Dennis Phillips, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Grand Junction.
The system is the first push of monsoon moisture this year, Phillips said.
We expect the storms to fire on the mountains again like they usually do in the afternoon, he said.
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