Everybody talks about the weather, but few do it as much as Morning Meteorologist Lance Hill.
He's been fascinated by the weather, especially seasonal extremes, for as long as he can remember. After studying meteorology in college, Lance turned his passion into a profession with stops as a broadcast meteorologist in Sioux City, IA, Fort Wayne, IN and in Milwaukee at WISN-TV, WTMJ Channel 4 and most recently as a member of the First Alert Weather Team on CBS 58.
In his ten plus years in Milwaukee television, Lance has covered some of Wisconsin's wildest weather on record.
"I'll never forget August 18th, 2005. It was the worst single-day tornado outbreak the state has ever seen. We had twenty-seven unique tornado touchdowns that day... six more than we average the entire year."
Lance's work has been featured on The Weather Channel, CNN and
ABC's Good Morning America. He earned the highest recognition afforded a broadcaster by the American Meteorological Society with his Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation.
This past year, Lance branched out into the world of sports marketing working as an Account Executive for ESPN Milwaukee. "Like the weather, sports have always been an important part of my life," says Lance. "But nothing compares to the challenge of an accurate forecast... especially in Southeast Wisconsin!"
Outside of work Lance enjoys the great outdoors and spending time with his wife, Lisa, and two children.