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Brad Carl
Worked at 40/29 News, KHBS-KHOGTV
Attended University of Washington
Lives in Springdale, AR
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Meteorologist / Reporter at 40/29 News
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  • 40/29 News, KHBS-KHOGTV
    Meteorologist / Reporter
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Weekend Morning Meteorologist / Weekday Morning Reporter for 40/29 News, bringing you the latest in weather and news from across Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley.
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Brad Carl joined the 40/29 News team as Weekend Morning Meteorologist and Reporter in October of 2013. You can find him forecasting for the 40/29 Weather Team at 6:00 and 8:00 a.m. weekend mornings and reporting three days a week on 40/29 News Sunrise.


Before making his way to Northwest Arkansas and The River Valley, Brad worked for two years as the weekend meteorologist and weekday reporter for KULR-8 News, the NBC affiliate in Billings, Montana.


Hailing originally from western Washington, Brad is a proud 2011 graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Atmospheric Sciences.


Brad’s had a strong passion for weather and science since he was young and after gaining valuable forecasting and broadcast experience interning at both KOMO4 and Q13 News in Seattle, he was eager to forecast severe weather elsewhere in the country. After tracking his fair share of large hail, the occasional tornado, and plenty of snow in Montana, Brad is eager to forecast and cover some of the most powerful storms on the planet in tornado alley.


Brad’s looking forward to hiking, camping, and exploring the Natural State, though he admits the humid summer weather might take him some getting used to.


When not on the job, you can find Brad working out in the gym, playing his saxophone, or with friends cheering on the Razorbacks. Go Hogs!

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  • University of Washington
    2011
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