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"It's soggy now and it's going ..., 10 Jan 2014 [cached]
"It's soggy now and it's going to be soggy tomorrow," said KING 5 Chief Meteorologist Jeff Renner. "Expect substantial rain (possibly up to or exceeding two inches) together with gusty winds."
Renner expects increasing heavy rain Friday night, along with 15-35 mph winds with potential gusts of 40 to 45 mph.
"Twelve to 18 inchesof new snow is possible by Sunday morning, including the Snoqualmie Pass areas," said Renner.
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Jeff Renner
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Jeff Renner is the chief meteorologist for the weeknight KING 5 News at 5, 6:30, 10 and 11 p.m. He also provides weather forecasts for the Seattle Times. He has been rated Seattle's most accurate weather forecaster by a University of Washington study, and has earned the American Meteorological Society's Seal of Approval. Renner joined KING 5 in 1977 as the station's science reporter. In 1980, he was named weather anchor and science editor.
After graduating from University of Wisconsin in 1975 with a degree in journalism, Renner earned a bachelor of science degree in atmospheric sciences at the University of Washington in 1988. He holds a professional membership in the American Meteorological Society. Renner is often called as an expert witness in court cases involving meteorology. The Department of the Army honored Renner with a Distinguished Services Award for his work serving as an aviation meteorology instructor for Army helicopter pilots in the Northwest. He is a board member of the Pacific Science Center Science Advisory Council, and on the advisory boards of Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center and Mt. Rainier Alpine Guides.
Renner is the author of Northwest Marine Weather, Northwest Mountain Weather and Lightning Strikes: Surviving Thunderstorms, all published by Mountaineer Books. In addition, he is a contributing author of the new edition of Mountaineering; Freedom of the Hills, the number one mountain climbing text in the world.
Media Inc. and the Puget Sound Chapter of the American Marketing Association recognized Renner's expertise and work in the community with the "1994 Person of the Year" award. In 1996, Renner received the First Award for Distinguished Service to Boaters from The Northwest Marine Trade Association.
In addition to his forecasting duties on KING 5 News, Renner has been featured in KING 5 specials such as "The Mountain Erupts," "Under Puget Sound," and "The World of Flight. In 1980, he was the station's chief reporter on the eruption of Mount St. Helens.
Twice a month Renner takes his KING 5 Weather Watch presentation to a different school in Western Washington, offering students a lesson on weather patterns and forecasting.
In addition to being an avid skier, scuba diver, equestrian, climber and backpacker, Renner also holds a commercial pilot's license for land and seaplanes, and is a former certified flight instructor. Renner lives in Sammamish with his wife and son.
Board of Directors, 6 Oct 2013 [cached]
Jeff Renner
ORCAA Recognizes KING 5 Weather Team for Exceptional Air Quality Coverage | Belo Corp. Dallas, 2 Mar 2010 [cached]
Chief Meteorologist Jeff Renner "Extraordinary" Seattle, WA - The Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) - the agency charged with reducing air pollution in Western Washington - is calling this winter's work by KING 5 Chief Meteorologist Jeff Renner and the KING 5 Weather team exceptional in helping protect and improve air quality. />
Seattle, WA - The Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) - the agency charged with reducing air pollution in Western Washington - is calling this winter's work by KING 5 Chief Meteorologist Jeff Renner and the KING 5 Weather team exceptional in helping protect and improve air quality. The agency has issued a resolution that commends KING 5 for improving public health through education and information sharing of air pollution issues.
Because of weather conditions, ORCAA issued numerous burn bans in counties across Western Washington. In the agency's February 10th resolution, they cited the necessity of public awareness in reducing air pollution levels. The KING 5 meteorologists were commended for including air quality updates and burn bans in their daily newscasts and ORCAA singled out Jeff Renner's efforts as extraordinary.
"Jeff and everyone on his team recognize the importance of monitoring air quality levels where we live.
ORCAA is a local government agency responsible for regulating and enforcing air quality in Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason, Pacific and Thurston counties. Organized in 1968, when the Clean Air Washington Act became law, ORCAA oversees federal, state and local air pollution standards. One representative from each of the six counties and representatives of Lacey, Olympia and Port Angeles comprise the board.
As Chief Meteorologist for KING 5 News and NWCN, Jeff Renner leads the largest broadcast weather team in the region with meteorologists Rich Marriott, Jim Guy, Don Carson and weather anchors Lisa Van Cise and Keisha Burns.
Jeff earned the prestigious Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation from the American Meteorological Society in 2009, becoming the first local broadcaster in the Seattle market to achieve that honor.
He anchors KING 5 News at 5P, KING 5 News at 6:30P and KING 5 News at 11P and KING 5 News at 10P on KONG TV.
Sound Conversations with Jeff ..., 25 Mar 2013 [cached]
Sound Conversations with Jeff Renner | MORE Seattle Aquarium
Sound Conversations with Jeff Renner
Join us at the Aquarium this spring for three evenings featuring insights into the health of the world's ocean and marine life. Take part in the dialogue as local and international experts converse with KING 5 Chief Meteorologist Jeff Renner about the challenges faced by marine creatures and opportunities to heal and conserve Puget Sound now and for generations to come.
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