Chris Nelson

Chris Nelson is the Chief Meteorologist at KIMT.

Title: Chief Meteorologist

Chris Nelson joined KIMT as Chief Meteorologist in April of 2019. Nelson joins us from the CBS station in Milwaukee. He has also done weather at KMIR in Palm Springs, CA; KTNV in Las Vegas, NV; and WSAW in Wausau, Wisconsin. His wife, Jackie, son, Jack, and dog, Toby took the venture with him to Minnesota. They're excited to make Rochester their new home.

Recent Posts by Chris Nelson

StormTeam 3: November on par for second-coldest on record

Good news is the temperatures begin to warm up

StormTeam 3 Tour at Sibley Elementary in Albert Lea

StormTeam 3 Tour goes on the road every Wednesday

StormTeam 3: Light snow develops on Wednesday

Most spots could see up to 1"

StormTeam 3: Coldest air of the season

Lows fall near zero, wind chills below zero

StormTeam 3: Record lows possible Monday night

Coldest air of the season may usher in records

StormTeam 3: January cold in November

Highs could be 20-30 degrees below average

StormTeam 3: Two rounds of cold coming

Coldest of the season arrives early next week

StormTeam 3 Tour at Harriet Bishop Elementary in Rochester

450 energetic kids joining the fun

StormTeam 3: Snowfall totals update with more possible

Totals could range between 2"-4", isolated higher amounts

StormTeam 3: Snow arrives late Tuesday into Wednesday

First chance of snow across the area overnight

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