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He’s trading Montana for the Big Apple.
“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.
For seven years, I have called Montana my home. And now, it’s time for a new adventure. I will soon be leaving Great Falls to start my new adventure as the Executive Producer of Weather at WNBC in New York City. It’s never “goodbye,” only see you later! pic.twitter.com/h4jd2uv3mN
— Mike Rawlins (@mikerawlins) January 25, 2018