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Meet the newest member of the 4Warn Storm Team-Aaron Brackett

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Please help us welcome Aaron Brackett to the  4Warn Storm Team.

Aaron joins the KFOR family from KGUN in Tucson, Arizona.

“In Tucson this past May, I watched what was happening here and afterwards I knew I wanted to come and work here. I want to use my skills, everything I’ve learned to help save lives.” said Brackett. “Between college and now I have covered approximately 26,000 miles storm chasing and am ready to help 4Warn Oklahomans when the weather turns severe.”

Viewers have already started welcoming him to the Sooner state. Here are a few comments we have received.

    “Wanted to say, I really like this new guy you brought in at noon today to add to our KFOR weather team. I think his name is Aaron, and I have to say, Arizona’s loss definitely is Oklahoma’s gain. Welcome Aaron!”  -Brenda 

    “I just watched the weather forecast with your new meteorologist – I believe his name is Aaron Brackett? – and just wanted to compliment him.  Don’t know if this was his first broadcast with KFOR but, it was the first time I had watched him.  You have a great group of meteorologists – especially Mike Morgan and Emily Sutton!!”-  Kay

“Aaron, Welcome to NewsChannel 4warn Team. Good Luck!” – Jason 

Aaron also worked for WREX-TV in Rockford, Illinois which is also his hometown.

While reporting weather for WREX-TV, Aaron picked up a 2010 Illinois Broadcaster “Silver Dome” award for live coverage of an EF2 tornado that partially destroyed the town of Caledonia, IL, Nov 22nd, 2010.

Aaron has a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology from Valparaiso University where he also ran Division 1 track.

Aaron has the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist Seal from the American Meteorological Society.