NBC26's award winning Chief Meteorologist Cameron Moreland has been bringing Northeast Wisconsin the latest forecast and best storm coverage for more than two decades.
Cameron is a self-proclaimed "weather fanatic" who can be found tracking storms in the NBC26 Forecast Center even on his days off!
Cameron was born in Idaho and earned a B.S. in Meteorology from Lyndon State College in Vermont. He has the American Meteorological Society Seal.
Cameron has won several awards for Best Weathercast, and was nominated for an Emmy in 2011.
He has also raised more than $100,000 for non-profit organizations across Northeast Wisconsin through his Three Degree Guarantee program.
He started his career at WJFW in Rhinelander before joining NBC26 in 1996.
Cameron lives in Green Bay with his wife Lisa, their daughters Mckenna and Cailin & son Cole. He also has two dogs, Willoughby & Acadia.
Favorite thing about Northeast Wisconsin: I love working and living in Northeast Wisconsin because of the ever changing weather. I love having four distinct seasons. The weather here in Northeast Wisconsin is like a box of chocolates, you never what you're going to get!
Favorite sports team: Huge Packers fan! Watch for my collection of lucky Packer ties and my game day forecasts during football season on Tundravison before every game played at Lambeau Field.
Favorite movie: Star Wars, Braveheart & Lord of the Rings (3 way tie)
Favorite vacation spot: Yellowstone/Grand Tetons National Park
Something most people don't know about me: When not storm chasing or watching Packers games you can usually find me at the local disc golf course. During the winter, I love downhill skiing. During the summer, I enjoy sitting on the beach and swimming in the lake.
A cause I'm passionate about: Three Degree Guarantee. I have raised more than $110,000 for charities in Northeast Wisconsin, proving accuracy with accountability in forecasting the weather.
Best part about my job: I made my hobby(weather watching) my job! Love telling people about the weather on TV and out in our community.