Severe Weather Safety Expert and TV Meteorologist
Charlie Neese Bio
Severe Weather Safety Expert and television meteorologist Charlie Neese knows severe weather. Charlie's passion for weather developed after seeing a flash flood at the age of nine and he followed that passion into a successful career in television weather for more than 20 years. His determination to help people stay safe when nature is at it's worst has helped Charlie earn and Emmy for his live severe weather coverage and another Emmy for his detailed severe weather safety television series.
Charlie started his broadcast career in Jackson, TN. There, he not only worked on the weather, but also produced the 10:00 p.m. weeknight newscast. Next, he moved to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, followed by a stint at KFVS-TV in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. In 1999, Charlie returned home to Nashville to work for one of the highest-rated CBS affiliates in the country. Charlie is working on his 14th year at the station.
Along with his on-air duties, Charlie shares his vast severe weather safety knowledge with businesses, associations, organizations, schools, churches, and conferences through his TornadoSafe program which teaches best practice techniques for staying safe when nature's at it's worst.
Charlie currently lives in Nashville with beautiful wife, Eve, son, Gentry, and daughter, Oharah.