I have to take a moment on my blog this week to congratulate our own Jeremy Tabin on receiving his AMS (American Meteorological Society) Seal of Approval. The AMS Seal of Approval is a distinction given to a broadcast Meteorologist that displays good knowledge, information and the propensity to do a good and thorough job with their day to day forecasts. It is something that most broadcast Meteorologists strive and hope to attain in our careers.
While there are are few of us in this television market with our AMS Seals of Approval, Jeremy is the first to have the newer "CBM" Seal, which stands for "Certified Broadcast Meteorologist". In addition to having a great weather presentation and having a panel of his peers approve his weathercasts, he has also taken and passed (first time!) a very extensive and exhausting test that the AMS now requires for the newer Seals of Approval.
Great job Jeremy and Congratulations duder!
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