24-Hour AccuWeather Network Now Available on Spectrum
Have you ever landed on a weather story on one of the news channels and found yourself still there a half hour or even an hour later?
I know I have. I have a deep fascination with the weather and when there's weather news, I am glued without even realizing it.
Hurricane Katrina? Rarely slept. Hurricane Sandy? DIDN'T sleep. Tornado chaser videos? Can't tear myself away.
So, needless to say, I am very pleased with the announcement from Spectrum that it will be adding the 24/7 AccuWeather Network to its line-up.
I have the app on my phone and now I'll have it on the screen in front of me. For subscribers of Spectrum TV Select or those who are higher video tier subscribers in Evansville in Louisville, the AccuWeather TV Network is available on channel 431. Owensboro viewers, you'll find it on Spectrum channel 1045.
We'll get national weather coverage along with regionalized information for customers in Kentucky and Indiana.
The team of meteorologists that will fill your screen daily are Bernie Rayno in the mornings, Brittany Boyer and Geoff Cornish in the afternoons and early evenings, and Melissa Constanzer in the evenings and overnight hours.
AccuWeather is based in State College, Pennsylvania and has long been available to more 1.5 billion people via its website and mobile app.
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