Kirk Mellish is Atlanta's first and only full-time radio meteorologist. He's also the FIRST broadcast meteorologist in Georgia and the Southeast to earn the American Meteorological Society's new Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation. Mellish is THE ONLY meteorologist in Atlanta to be certified by BOTH the AMS and the NWA, National Weather Association! Kirk has more than 30 years of experience in weather forecasting and has won dozens of awards for forecast accuracy and broadcasting excellence.
You can hear Kirk Mellish and his accurate and dependable weather forecast every six minutes mornings during Atlanta’s Morning News with Scott Slade. AND listen for his exclusive 5-day forecast every morning at :18 and :48 past each hour. Kirk is constantly updating his forecast. You can also hear his weather in the newscast on the hour and half hour as well as :25 and :55 past the hour during Boortz, Clark, Hannity, and Erick Erickson.
As is always the case some were happy with what they got and some were not, there are always surprises in winter storms.
On and off up and down chances for winter precip, expect changes.
Yet another arctic attack.
The snow Nazi says no snow for you. That's a reference to Seinfeld show "Soup Nazi" episode.
BS Blizzard? Yes and NO. Blizzard of right AND wrong.
I am not worried about any impact from snow in the Metro area this week as of this posting.
Last week’s weather was dominated by brutal cold. So your reward for that to begin the work week is some rain. And more rain. WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish isn’t forecasting a sunny day until Friday this week, with at lease some chance of a bit of rain every day until ...
Chilly week then mild then cold again, the end of autumn start of winter pattern keeps repeating, multiple-personalities weather.
WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish says we should finally get back above freezing today. Most places haven’t broken 32 since Wednesday afternoon. There are no advisories posted from the National Weather Service and the warmer temperatures mean school kids return to normal schedules today. No school districts announced plans to delay ...
It’s almost twice as warm this morning as it was 24-hours ago. Yet most people will be waking up to temperatures in the upper teens or lower 20s. Progress is slow. Once we get through another frigid morning, WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish says we should finally get back above freezing ...