KRTV Chief Meteorologist Heads to WNBC

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

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He’s trading Montana for the Big Apple.

KRTV chief meteorologist Mike Rawlins is heading to New York as WNBC’s new executive producer of weather.

“For seven years, I have called Montana my home. And now, it’s time for a new adventure. It’s never “goodbye,” only see you later!” he said on his Twitter page.

In a goodbye on air, Rawlins told viewers his final forecast would be on March 2.

Rawlins started at the CBS affiliate in Great Falls, Montana in 2011 as a reporter and meteorologist before becoming chief.

Before that he spent time in forecasting the weather at KMIZ and KMOU in Columbia, Missouri.