Greg Dee came to WKYC in February 2015. He is a native of Connecticut. Growing up in New England gave Greg exposure to all kinds of weather and beginning his love of all things storms.
Greg received his degree in meteorology from Florida State University and his Master's in Geography from Florida State as well. His first job was as chief meteorologist in Dothan, Alabama. During his time there, Greg began to develop the skills necessary for covering severe weather. His coverage of an EF-3 tornado in Enterprise, Alabama earned him the 2008 AMS Meteorologist of the Year award.
After Alabama, Greg spent the next 6 years in Little Rock, Arkansas beginning as the weekend meteorologist before moving to the weekday meteorologist position and eventually also co-anchoring a 2 hour Fox morning show. During his time in Little Rock Greg covered multiple tornado outbreaks, flooding, and many winter storms that brought snow, sleet and freezing rain to the region.
While in Arkansas, Greg became an avid runner completing the Little Rock Marathon 3 times as well as a couple of half marathons and several other shorter races. Greg is excited to explore the Metroparks by running many of their long trails.
Because of all that running, Greg gets to do a lot of eating so you may also spot him trying out many of the great food spots around northeast Ohio.
Greg holds the AMS Certified Meteorologist seal and also teaches classes related to physical geography and earth science at the community college level.