Meteorologist Paul Deanno has won five Emmy Awards for his work as a broadcast meteorologist in some of the largest television markets in the country.  He is also the first broadcast meteorologist to do the weather on all three network morning newscasts:  Good Morning America, The Today Show, and CBS This Morning.

This journey started for Paul when he was 10 years old.  That’s when his school took a tour of a television studio.  Enamored with the energy of the newsroom, Paul started broadcasting high school football games and his school’s morning announcements.  After graduating from Syracuse University with a degree in broadcast journalism, Paul chose weather for his career path and re-enrolled in college with a focus on broadcast meteorology.

Paul has literally spanned the globe covering the weather.  He’s flown with the Hurricane Hunters, hiked deep into Glacier National Park to investigate global warming’s impact on the ecosystem there, and he’s broadcasted from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean onboard the USS Enterprise aircraft carrier for a report on how the military creates its forecasts.

Paul’s favorite part of his job, however, is spending time with students at local elementary schools.  That’s the place where he has the most fun sharing his passion for the weather.  That’s also the reason why Paul started researching the amazing weather facts he used in his first book, “WOW! Weather”, which you can buy here.

Paul currently works in San Francisco, and lives in the Bay Area with his beautiful wife and three boys.



*Connect With Paul On Facebook – Click Here

*Connect With Paul On Twitter – Click Here

*Paul’s 1st Time Working At Good Morning America – Click Here