Joe Reedy joined MCWC during the spring of 2006.
grew up in Erwin TN. and is a 2005 graduate of Unicoi County.
become fascinated with the weather at a young age, during the 1993 blizzard, which sparked his
enthusiasm for meteorology.
During his high school years, he was the founder of an American Meteorological Pre-College Chapter, for Unicoi County.
Nationally there were only six other active pre-college chapters.
Just to name a few activities, the club organized community outreach fundraisers for tsunami and hurricane victims and also took school visits to elementary schools, educating young ones on the importance of weather safety.
Also, since the age of 13, Joe has been the Unicoi County weather watcher for WJHL - TV and has provided the weekly weather article in the Erwin Record Newspaper for a couple of years.
Joe, now a graduate of Lyndon State College, (L.S.C.) with a bachelors in broadcasting along with concentration in meteorology, has returned to east Tennessee.
is located in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont and has been named the number one college for both broadcasting and meteorology students.
During Joe's career at Lyndon State, he was an active member of the Lyndon State College AMS & NWA and served as the 06'-07' Community Outreach Officer, which is responsible for organizing the largest student-run conference, the annual Northeastern Storm Conference.
enjoys forecasting the weather for the southern Appalachians, especially during the winter months when it can often be a challenge for our mountains.
likes to pinpoint areas he
may think might be under the gun.
tends to bring a lighter, more comic side to the site, while Bill gets "heated" on the talk of Global Warming.
isn't chasing a thunderstorm / snowstorm, he
enjoys nature photography and is a huge fan of the great outdoors, "Thats where it all happens!"