Jonathan Weant

POSTED: 2:51 PM Sep 03 2013   UPDATED: 4:43 PM Apr 23 2015

Jonathan joined the WCTI StormTrack 12 team in August 2013 as the weekend morning meteorologist and weekday reporter.

Jonathan grew up in High Point, N.C., and is excited to be back at home in the great state of North Carolina.

Like most meteorologists, Jonathan knew exactly what he wanted to be at the age of 6.  When Jonathan was in the sixth grade, he became a "Van's Weather kid" for the FOX8 station in High Point.

Jonathan received his bachelor of science in meteorology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. After college, Jonathan moved to Lubbock, Texas, where he worked at KCBD-11 as the morning associate producer and filled in for weather.

From there, Jonathan moved to southern Texas, near the Mexico border, and became the weekend meteorologist and weekday reporter for KGBT-Action 4 News. There, he covered a wide range of weather events.

After spending a few years in southern Texas, he became the morning meteorologist at WABG ABC 6 in Greenville, Miss.

When not on the air, you will typically find Jonathan running through downtown New Bern or at the gym. Jonathan also likes to cook, so if you have any good recipes for him or news stories, feel free to send him a message.
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Email: jweant@wcti12.com

Jonathan's Most Recent Stories

Dog safety in the heat

Keeping your pets safe in the extreme heat

According to experts, it doesn’t take long for dogs to experience heat exhaustion or heat stroke.

hurricane drill

Carteret County EOC gets experience during hurricane exercise drill

Officials from across Carteret County gathered Tuesday in Morehead City at the Emergency Operations Center to test their skills for the upcoming hurricane season.

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Stay safe in the heat wave

Summer doesn't technically start for another week -- but already people in Eastern Carolina are feeling the heat.

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StormTrack 12 tracking severe weather this evening

StormTrack 12 is tracking scattered showers and thunderstorms that will continue to be in the area into Tuesday night.

Union Park duck

Union Park duck with the hook and without (Facebook photos)

It took some work, but duck finally has hook removed from bill

A duck with a fishing hook stuck in its bill is now back in the water, hook free.

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Preparing for a hurricane before the storm hits

Preparing for a hurricane can be overwhelming but putting together a list of things to do beforehand could help save your life.

Ana Radar

Ana has weakened to a tropical depression

Ana has now weakened to a tropical depression after making landfall this morning in Myrtle Beach

Forecast Models

Potential tropical troubles along east coast this week?

We are tracking the possibilities of a tropical or sub-tropical system to develop later this week, that could impacts Eastern North Carolina.

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Black ice and dangerous roads continue to threaten ENC

Black ice and dangerous road conditions can be expected Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

Severe Threat

ENC under "Slight Risk" for severe weather Sunday

The Storm Prediction Center has placed all of ENC under a "Slight Risk" for severe weather.

Severe Threat Slight

Storms moving into Eastern North Carolina overnight could be strong

Strong storms and potentially severe storms will work their way in across the region overnight into early Monday morning.

Wave Glider

ECU to acquire aquatic robot for coastal and marine research

Dr. Joseph Luczkovich is a biology professor at East Carolina University in Greenville. He, along with three other researchers, are working on a project to better understand the ocean environment and weather patterns off the coast of North Carolina

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