Featured Meteorologist Neville Miller

Dive into the diverse world of meteorology with Neville Miller of KMBC 9 News. He shares his most unforgettable weather events and offers insights into the life of a meteorologist in the Midwest.

Neville Miller

Q and A with StormHour Featured Meteorologist – Neville Miller

Neville Miller – Kansas City, MO

Neville Miller is a meteorologist for KMBC-TV/KCWE-TV, KMBC 9 News in Kansas City, Mo.
Neville’s career has taken him from the Midwest to the beach and back. He has worked two stints in Columbia, Mo., and one in Charleston, SC.
Neville graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Atmospheric Science and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication. During his time as a student, he competed on the University’s track and field team, eventually qualifying for the 2008 Olympic Trials.

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Question 1. What was your most memorable weather event?

Winter storm on November 30 – December 1, 2006 that brought thundersnow and more than 15” of snow to much of central Missouri. That was my first experience with thundersnow. We had temperatures in the 60’s with thunderstorms just two days prior! It was a wild couple of days!

Question 2. What is your favourite and least favourite type of weather?

My favorite type of weather is winter weather, especially snowstorms. My least favorite type of weather is heat waves. They are dangerous and I don’t like being hot..

Snow in Union Station Kansas City

Question 3. If you weren’t a meteorologist what would you most like to be?

I’d most likely be a coach or teacher if I weren't a meteorologist. I’m really into sports, especially hockey!

Question 4. From a purely meteorological point of view, where would you most like to live?

I like the Midwest because we get so many different types of weather, sometimes all seasons of weather in one week or day

Question 5. Is there anything else you’d like to share?

I am thankful for the places I’ve been able to live, all of the people I’ve been able to meet and work with during my career. I hope that we continue to improve our skill and precision in tracking and forecasting weather, especially hazardous weather.

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