WEATHER2213 Videos

#Campsgiving with Boy Scouts of America

This year, The Boy Scouts of America is encouraging people to participate in #Campsgiving!

#TWC40: Covering the 2017 Solar Eclipse

“It’s emotional. I can’t explain why, but it is.” Do you remember the incredible solar eclipse of 2017? ☀️ We sure do! We’re looking back […]

#TWC40: Flipping the Switch

The moment that started it all! Did you see this happen live on May 2, 1982?

#TWC40: Forecasting in 40 Years IMR

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary at The Weather Channel, meteorologist Jim Cantore goes into IMR to look ahead at what we could see 40 […]

#TWC40: Groundhog Day Through the Years

We love Punxsutawney Phil and always have a blast on Groundhog Day regardless of whether he sees his shadow or not! Here’s a look back […]

#TWC40: Jim Cantore Versus the Wind Tunnel

How much wind does it take to knock down Jim Cantore? We guess we’ll never know! #TWC40

#TWC40: Jim Cantore's First Live Shot

Flashback to 1992 for Jim Cantore’s first live shot with The Weather Channel as he covered Hurricane Andrew from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. #TWC40

#TWC40: Memories with Chief Environmental Correspondent Dave Malkoff

Dave Malkoff will never forget standing on a glacier and being on ice that’s never had anyone step foot on it before.

#TWC40: Memories with Dr. Rick Knabb

Not surprisingly, Dr. Rick Knabb’s favorite memory of The Weather Channel is watching the Tropical Update, especially when it was presented by John Hope.

#TWC40: Memories with Meteorologist Alex Wallace

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, our meteorologists have been looking back at some of their most memorable times here at The Weather Channel. Alex […]

#TWC40: Memories with Meteorologist Carl Parker

“It was one of the first times that I can remember actually sort of welling up inside, but having to choke that down, because I […]

#TWC40: Memories with Meteorologist Chris Bruin

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, our meteorologists have been looking back at some of their most memorable times here at The Weather Channel. Meteorologist […]