Marshall McPeek is a meteorologist, co-anchor, and reporter for NBC 4 and has been with the station since 2002.
has worked in Cleveland, Toledo, southern Illinois, and Toronto.
He grew up in Bucyrus and has been working in the broadcast industry since he was 14 years old.
His journalism degree is from Ohio University and he earned his broadcast meteorology certificate is from Mississippi State University.
holds the Seal of Approval and the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation from the American Meteorological Society
He also is a member of the National Weather Association.
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Marshall McPeek is a meteorologist, co-anchor, and reporter for NBC 4.
He joined NBC 4 in January 2002.
Before joining Storm Team 4, Marshall worked as a weather anchor for WEWS-TV and as a weather anchor and feature reporter at WKYC-TV, both in Cleveland.
He also worked as an anchor/reporter for WTOL-TV in Toledo, Ohio, and WSIL-TV in Harrisburg, Illinois.
Marshall earned his journalism degree from Ohio University and his broadcast meteorology certificate from Mississippi State University.
He is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society.
holds the AMS's Seal of Approval (Seal #1416) and has also earned the AMS's prestigious designation of Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM #501).
has been nominated for two Emmy awards and received several Ohio Associated Press awards.
has covered major weather events including the Great Midwest Flood of '93 and significant news stories including following military members to Incirlik AFB in Turkey as they patrolled the No-Fly Zone over Iraq.
grew up in Bucyrus, Ohio, and began his
broadcasting career at just 14 years old at local radio stations WBCO-AM
partner live in Columbus with their favorite canines, Quox, Pogonip and Vlad, and a bizarre Siamese named Stewie.