Randy Ollis Bio, Age, Net Worth, Wife/Children, Education, Career

Randy Ollis Biography

Randy Ollis is an American meteorologist who joined WISH-TV in 1984 as meteorologist for Daybreak and the noon news. He left a similar position at KTVY-TV, Oklahoma City, to move to Indianapolis. Before that, Randy held positions at WDTN-TV, Dayton, Ohio, and WSAW-TV in Wausau, Wisconsin.

Randy Ollis Age

Randy was born in 1961 in a month and day he has not revealed yet. He is around 58 years as of 2019. He was born in California to Kalum. Updates will be done soon.

Randy Ollis Net Worth

He has not made his net worth public yet. Details will be updated later.

Randy Ollis Wife/Children

Randy is a married man. He is married to his longterm girlfriend Alison. He and his wife, Alison, have four girls. The couple and children are active members in their church.

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Randy Ollis Education and Career

He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology from Northern Illinois University and holds the seal of approval from the American Meteorological Society. In addition to his forecasting and on-air duties at WISH-TV, he often speaks to local schools and various groups about weather casting and careers in television. Mr. Ollis specializes in weather research and data interpretation for attorneys, investigators and other technical personnel.

Also radar analysis and short term forecast. Able to locate and obtain micro climatology reports specifically related to the accident site.  Extrapolation of weather conditions at the incident site based on reports from surrounding observation stations.

News

WIBC’s Henry Davis speaks with WISH-TV Meteorologist Randy  about what Severe Weather and Flood Preparedness Week is all about, as well as some tips to be aware of when severe weather strikes. Ollis says the best thing you can do this week, is make sure you have a safety plan. If you don’t have one yet, use this week to figure it out. He also warns Hoosiers of the dangers of flooding as, “flooding kills more people than hurricanes, lightning and tornados.”

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