Randy Jackson is the Chief Meteorologist and co-founder of the Hazardous Weather Preparedness Institute.
For 22 years, Randy Jackson
kept North Carolina Piedmont Triad viewers informed about weather while working for a local TV station.
is still greeted with "Randy
said it was going to be like this" in his
home town Greensboro, NC.
Randy holds the seal of approval of the National Weather Association and is certified as a Lightning Safety Professional by the National Lightning Safety Institute.
has taught a number of weather related classes at both the community college and university level.
Randy has served on the Advancement Council of the Department of Arts and Sciences at Appalachian State University where he is an Adjunct Instructor for the Fall term of 2007.
Jackson is also a member of the International Association of Broadcast Meteorologists and has been a presenter at two international hurricane conferences.
has been approved as an instructor by the North Carolina Department of Insurance
is currently teaching annual continuing education classes on Hazardous Weather and Flooding for various interests of the North Carolina insurance industry. more
has a passion for the weather and a concern for what it can do.
is an avid storm chaser and a big fan of the Chicago Cubs.