Originally from the Chicagoland area, Cameron was raised in Tinley Park, Illinois. In 2006, he began attending Eastern Illinois University where he originally enrolled as a Secondary Education Major.
However, a childhood fear of storms evolved into a fascination during his sophomore year Weather and Climate class. After switching his major in early 2008, Cameron started registering for as many Meteorology and Climatology courses as he could. His work as a part of the Eastern Illinois University Weather Center led to his volunteering at Eastern Illinois University's award-winning student run newscast WEIU-TV's News Watch.
During the following two years, Cameron worked both in front of and behind the camera gaining experience in every facet of the newscast. He graduated from Eastern Illinois University in December of 2010 and began his career as a Broadcast Meteorologist at WLFI-TV in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Cameron received his National Weather Association Broadcaster's Seal of Approval in July of 2015. He accepted the position of Chief Meteorologist at WEVV-TV in June of 2018.
Cameron is an avid baseball fan and attends as many Evansville Otters games as he can. If you see Cameron at Bosse Field or anywhere else across the Tri-State, be sure to say hello.
Single-digit wind chill values return to the Tri-State early tomorrow.
After the light snow exits, temperatures will continue to fall across the Tri-State.
Another round of winter weather heads for the Tri-State.
Rain chances Wednesday may give way to another round of ice and snow.
Temperatures to plunge late this week.
While the Tri-State will dodge much of the heavy snow associated with this winter weather system, we'll still see minor accumulations in spots.
Portions of the Tri-State could see periods of heavy snowfall this weekend.
A mild midweek may give way to our next round of snowfall.
While warmer weather settles in for your midweek, snow chances may return this weekend.
Our cool and clear start to the week will give way to warmer temperatures. Those warmer temperatures, could lead to another round of winter weather.