Florida State University, Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology
David Neal started his career as a meteorologist at the ABC station, WTXL, in Tallahassee, Florida. After being there for several years, David moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee where he was the Chief Meteorologist for ten years at WDEF-TV. After his time in the Tennessee Valley, David made his way south again where he spent the next 11 years as Chief Meteorologist at WBRC in Birmingham, Alabama. Before coming to WeatherNation, David was also a weather consultant and special projects manager where he developed new technology to help keep people safe during life-threatening weather.
Wow! Tons of rain in the past 24 hours and unfortunately tons more to come in the next 24 hours. A high risk of flo… https://t.co/Rdlgib2WI01 hour ago by WeatherNation
More videos coming in from Mississippi showing the dangerous flooding conditions! Several inches of rain fell int… https://t.co/QJpFZGbO4l1 hour ago by WeatherNation
Severe storms roll over parts of Mississippi this evening! More severe weather weather is expected tonight and to… https://t.co/B1s7v9dPgA2 hours ago by WeatherNation
Nearly 3 feet of snow fell in just one day in Flagstaff, Arizona where a 100 year old record was broken. This amaz… https://t.co/niNNlx18983 hours ago by WeatherNation
BLIZZARD WARNINGS issued for parts of Kansas and Nebraska. Snow and strong wind gusts on the way for the Plains on… https://t.co/TtWDz2x0hB5 hours ago by WeatherNation