Meteorologist Andrew Humphrey said goodbye to Detroit NBC affiliate WDIV on Tuesday after 20 years.
Humphrey’s last day on the air was on Tuesday. The station said he is looking to “explore new opportunities.”
“During the past 20 years, Andrew has happily greeted viewers with a big smile and helped them plan their weekends, and he seamlessly slid into any daypart to fill in and deliver the forecast,”said WDIV news director Kim Voet. “We’ve long heard from viewers about Andrew’s warmth, his great school visits with kids and his community involvement.”
According to WDIV, Humphrey “is known as the ‘station scientist,’ and is the first and only broadcast meteorologist on the planet with a degree in meteorology from MIT.”
His departure comes just before WDIV meteorologist Kim Adams comes back to the station after 13 years.