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Pete Delkus Pete Delkus BBKO Radio Pro Staff Pete Delkus Emmy award-winning Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus joined the WFAA-TV weather department in June 2005 and quickly won the respect of our North Texas viewers by providing timely and accurate forecasts. When there is severe weather- tornadoes, hail, or flash flooding, viewers have come to rely on Pete's steadfast and thorough approach to his work. Since he arrived, Pete has won ten Emmy Awards for weather anchoring and special show hosting. Delkus is board certified by the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. He attended Mississippi State University for his masters level meteorology courses, and holds a Bachelors of Science from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville (SIUE). From 1996 to 2005, Delkus was also the chief meteorologist at WCPO-TV, the ABC affiliate in Cincinnati, Ohio. Delkus made his mark in Cincinnati as the "severe weather leader" by his exclusive coverage of the deadly Tornado of "99. He received many honors during this tenure including a pair of first place Associated Press (AP) Awards for best regularly scheduled weather. Prior to joining the Cincinnati television station Delkus worked as a meteorologist for four years at WFTV, the ABC affiliate in Orlando, Florida. Pete Delkus with Big Billy Delkus also has a long history as an outstanding athlete. As an All-America pitcher, he had an all star college career including a trip to the college world series. In fact, he still holds several records as a pitcher at SIUE. Out of college Delkus signed in 1987 with the Minnesota Twins organization.Delkus enjoyed a successful career earning several awards including the "Minnesota Twins Minor League Player of the Year" and the Rolaids Relief Man. His career ended prematurely due to a serious elbow injury. In all, Delkus played professional baseball for 6 years with the Twins organization. Today, Pete enjoys spending his leisure time with his family: Wife-Jacque, daughter-Emily, and son-Peter. Whether it's practicing ball, swimming or playing in the backyard, being with them is a top priority. Delkus is also an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting, fishing and anything that involves being outside - including his daily run and workouts.
No one knows, but Pete Delkus, Chief Meteorologist of WFAA-TV (Channel 8), recently predicted a fairly mild winter, saying the following:
Pete Delkus, WFAA-TV's Chief Meteorologist, will moderate a question/answer session with a panel of Texas Game Wardens as they share tales from the field.
WFAA meteorologist Pete Delkus is the top performing social talent in the Dallas-Fort Worth market with a 94 SEI™, and he proved it against last week, generating more than 10,000 engagements and a 1.7 Social Share™ with dominating coverage of the thunderstorms that left much of North Texas without power. We've watched as Doney worked to push his SEI™ to 84, good for third-best in the market behind only Delkus (94) and Clarice Tinsley (88).
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