Christopher Nunley Biography
Christopher Nunley is an American meteorologist. He anchors weather news at Noon during the weekdays at KRQE. He is excited to forecast weather in New Mexico and embraces the challenges of forecasting weather in the unique microclimates across this beautiful state. Not only does Christopher hope to accurately forecast the weather but he hopes to do so in a way that tells a compelling story.
Christopher Nunley Age
Christopher is from Texas, information about his age is not yet revealed.
Christopher Nunley Family
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Christopher Nunley Spouse
Nunley has not updated any information about his love life, apparently, he has decided to keep it private away from the public.
Christopher Nunley Education
Christopher studied meteorology at the University of Oklahoma and received his M.S. and Ph.D. from Mississippi State University in Applied Meteorology and Earth & Atmospheric Science (Hail State).Christopher Nunley Image
Christopher Nunley Career
Christopher is excited to forecast weather in New Mexico and embraces the challenges of forecasting weather in the unique microclimates across this beautiful state. Not only does Christopher hope to accurately forecast the weather but he hopes to do so in a way that tells a compelling story.
Christopher also taught meteorology and climatology courses at MSU for three years and has published research in the field. He is a TRUE weather nerd! Christopher has always loved meteorology and science, and interestingly enough, he is a huge college sports fan; everything from softball to football (he supports OU and MSU in every sport)!
Christopher Nunley Net Worth
Nunley has an estimated net worth of $million, but the amount is yet to reveal and is still under review. He major source of income is her journalism career where she is working for years. According to some sources, a Journalist earns an average salary of $61k. Whereas a best news reporter makes the salary that ranges from $75k to $80k. So, the Net Worth of Sally lies on that range.
Christopher Nunley Meteorology
Christopher is a weather forecaster in New Mexico and embraces the challenges of forecasting weather in the unique microclimates across this beautiful state.
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Published: June 9, 2019
It has been very wet across the Southeast over the past few days and more rain is in the forecast. Periodic tropical downpours will occur across the Southeast this evening through tomorrow (Monday). The best chance for flash flooding will occur in northern Georgia, upstate South Carolina, eastern Tennessee and western/central North Carolina on Monday
Late Monday into Tuesday, a cold front will push into the Southeast. Along the cold front, a line of showers and thunderstorms is possible, which could dump brief but heavy rain. Luckily, behind the cold front, drying will take place (see Fig. 2), which will briefly put an end to most shower and thunderstorm activity for a large part of the Southeast (other than coastal areas of the Carolinas/Georgia and Florida where heavy rain may lead to flooding
The drier air mass behind the cold front will be temporary. On Wednesday, a trough will push into the region (see Fig. 3) allowing a low to develop across northern Florida/southern Georgia. This low will intensify and lift northeast. This will pull Gulf moisture back into the Southeast (see Fig. 4) increasing rain chances for the Southeast Wednesday into Thursday. Some of this rain will be heavy, which will exacerbate the flooding issues in Georgia and the Carolinas on both Wednesday and early Thursday. Additional rain accumulations of 3-6″ are likely through Thursday for Florida, eastern Georgia, central and eastern South Carolina and much of North Carolina.