Meteorologist

Frank Waugh, CBM

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Frank Waugh covers the weather on Good Morning Kansas from 4:30 to 7 a.m. and on Good Morning KAKEland from 9 to 10 a.m. Frank has covered everything from Lake Effect snow in Indiana to devastating tornadoes and ice storms in Kansas. Growing up just down the road in El Dorado, Frank. is no stranger to wild KAKEland weather. 

Frank is a graduate of El Dorado High School and went on to earn a Bachelor’s of Science in Atmospheric Science from The University of Kansas. Before coming to KAKE in 2013, Frank was the morning meteorologist at WNDU in South Bend , Indiana. He got his start in TV at KSNW here in Wichita during college and eventually covered weekend weather duties at KSNT in Topeka.

Frank holds the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal by the American Meteorological Society. The CBM is the highest level of certification from the AMS, and involves academic requirements, on-air performance, a rigorous examination and continuing education. Frank earned this designation at the age of 23, making him one of the youngest to ever receive the designation. Frank also holds the National Weather Association Seal of Approval.

In his spare time, Frank enjoys riding his bike on the gravel roads around Wichita and of course trying to keep up with his toddler son.

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