Adam Clark is the weekend meteorologist for the 6 and 11 o’clock newscasts. He comes to Augusta from WCBI-TV in Columbus, MS.
My last day at News 12 was August 17.
I've truly enjoyed my time here at WRDW and have grown in my career by leaps and bounds during my tenure. But I was offered an opportunity that I just couldn't pass up. KOHD in Bend, OR offered me a Chief Meteorologist position. I had planned on staying in Augusta for a while, but the thought of being chief at a brand new station that will begin news in September kept nagging my brain. It saddens me to think about leaving WRDW, but my wife and I are set to have an adventure in Oregon. I've never lived outside the southeast and I will enjoy the challenge of forecasting in a totally different environment.
I would like to thank the community in general for their support during StormFEST and our training sessions. I'd also like to thank the National Weather Service and both Georgia and South Carolina state Climatologists for their support during our events. I hope you continue to come to Augusta to educate the community on severe weather and climatology, because a population that knows whats going on with severe weather is a safer community. I also hope that more schools will continue their interest in having a meteorologist come to visit and boost and support the classroom science curriculum.
To the Storm Team 12 Storm Spotters: thanks for all of your calls during severe weather, and keep them coming! I hope you continue your education in meteorology.
I've really enjoyed my time here in Augusta and I wish all of our viewers nothing but the best.
Adam Clark was the weekend meteorologist for the 6 and 11o’clock newscasts. He comes to Augusta from WCBI-TV in Columbus, MS.
Adam is no stranger to severe weather… he has covered hurricanes live for WIS-TV in Columbia, SC where he was a weather producer. As a meteorologist at WCBI-TV, Adam saw his share of severe weather in Mississippi where high precipitation supercells are common.
Adam left South Carolina to go to graduate school at Mississippi State University where he also taught an intro to television production lab. While at MSU, Adam worked at WCBI-TV where he filled the duties of fill-in meteorologist, weekend producer, reporter, and photographer.
Adam graduated cum laude from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in Electronic Journalism with a cognate in Geography/Meteorology. He then went to Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS and earned his master’s degree in Geoscience/Broadcast Meteorology. He is also a member of the American Meteorological Society.
As a Greenville, SC native, Adam is proud to be back in the Palmetto State where he and his wife live in North Augusta. Outside of weather, Adam enjoys running, biking, and playing the saxophone.