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JENN HARCHER

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Jenn Harcher joined the 19 Action News Storm Team in December 2007. A true snow belt native, she grew up in Chardon and spent many years experiencing the power of lake effect weather.  She loves the challenge of forecasting Cleveland's ever changing weather!

Before joining 19 Action News Jenn came from WITN in Eastern Carolina where she covered severe storms, tropical storms, and heat waves.  She began her career at WABI TV5 in Bangor Maine, where she tackled Nor'easters, ice storms, and bitter wind chills.

Jenn graduated from The Ohio State University with her Bachelor of Science in Meteorology.  She is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.

When Jenn's not keeping you posted on the latest conditions in your area, you catch her on the links, or the slopes depending on the season. She also enjoys kayaking, hiking, and is a big fan of college football...GO BUCKS!

Jenn, her husband Jeff, and their son Collin, love Northeast Ohio and are thrilled to be living in the area they've called home for most of their lives.  Be sure to tune in and check out her forecast every Sunday from 7-9 a.m and at 6:30 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.

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