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KOLD Channel 13 chief meteorologist Chuck George revealed Thursday that he suffers from depression.
Meteorologist has been with KOLD Channel 13 since 2003.
Popular Tucson meteorologist Chuck George is returning to KOLD Friday, a day after disclosing publicly that he has been diagnosed with depression.
Chuck George, chief meteorologist for Tucson's KOLD Channel 13, has taken a sudden leave of absence from the station - his third since 2010.
Rain is on the way — and higher mountains likely will be capped with snow.
Tucson's resident lightning expert Ron Holle of VAISALA provided the Star with a map that shows the location of Tuesday's 1,484 cloud-to-ground lightning flashes during the early evening.
KOLD Channel 13 chief meteorologist Chuck George returned to the
air Monday, ending his unexplained leave of absence that started
Sept. 9, when he failed to finish the 10 p.m. broadcast Sept.
It is the worst of times. It is ridiculously hot. It is
uncomfortably humid. And it's not raining nearly enough to make
enduring such nonsense worthwhile.
One of my favorite parts of the summer monsoon is watching
lightning streak across the desert sky. Little did I know,
lightning experts also flock here to study these sky shows.
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