Bryan NorcrossBryan S. Norcross (born November 24, 1950) is a television meteorologist, hurricane specialist, and contributor in the United States. He works for Fox Weather in New York City, the free ad-supported streaming television weather service, and served as a hurricane specialist for The Weather Channel in Atlanta.
He was previously chief meteorologist for WTVJ-TV (the NBC owned-and-operated television station in Miami, Florida), where he became well-known for his part in that station's coverage of Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Subsequently, Norcross was Director of Meteorology for WFOR-TV, the CBS-owned and -operated television station in Miami, and hurricane analyst for CBS News in New York City.
From 1996-2007, Norcross became a regular fixture on CBS's national newscasts during hurricane season. In June 2008, Norcross opted not to renew his contract with WFOR in order to devote more time to America's Emergency Network, a private company he formed with Max Mayfield, former director of the National Hurricane Center. A resident of Miami Beach, Norcross has lived in Florida for most of his life. Provided by Wikipedia
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