Tyler Sebree, Meteorologist
Tyler Sebree joined the ABC 57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Team in October of 2017. This is his third stop in his meteorology career. He worked at WTVO in Rockford, Illinois, and WLIO in Lima, Ohio, before joining WBND.
Tyler has loved the weather and has wanted to be a TV meteorologist since age 5. While in elementary school, he learned all 50 states, their capitals and could draw the United States from scratch. He drew is own weather maps and made his own forecasts during his childhood, and delivered them to his grandparents quite often.
Tyler kept his enthusiasm for meteorology going strong through middle school and high school, and ultimately graduated from THE Ohio State University with degrees in Atmospheric Sciences and Psychology. While attending Ohio State, Tyler was a meteorologist for the student-run television station Buckeye TV.
Events like large snowstorms, windstorms, severe weather, and hurricanes are Tyler’s favorite weather to track. He can’t keep his eyes off of his computer or phone when there’s severe weather.; even if it’s not happening anywhere nearby. Tyler has chased storms multiple times, and he has witnessed two tornadoes in person. One of those tornadoes moved right over his vehicle and actually lifted his car a few inches off of the ground!
When he’s not engaged in the weather or at work, Tyler enjoys traveling, exploring new places, craft beer, all types of coffee, and hanging out with friends on the weekends. Of all the places he has visited, he enjoyed Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Gatlinburg, Key West, and Myrtle Beach the most. You’ll also find him visiting theme parks like Kings Island in Cincinnati and Cedar Point in Sandusky quite frequently.
Articles by Tyler Sebree
- Southeast severe weather outbreak
- Northern Indiana weather radar down for 5 days
- New study: Snowier & colder winters for Michiana?
- SKYWARN® Storm Spotter Training in Michiana
- Third consecutive nor'easter slams New England
- Nice Sunday then lake effect snow returns
- Nice weekend with more winter next week
- Warming up: the UV Index & Longer Days
- The National Weather Service needs your help
- Beautiful weekend on tap
- A wild February, but what about March?
- More rain could spell more flooding problems
- Yellow River to remain high for a week
- Historic flooding and a look at when the rivers may recede
- Significant flooding threat this week
- Cold, snow showers and plenty of rain
- Why the vibrant sunsets this week?
- Foggy, soggy and possible flooding
- A very snowy winter thus far
- A very, very snowy winter thus far
- Snow's worst enemy: the sun angle
- Know your snow: Every snowflake is different
- Get ready for plenty of cold!
- A look at the Blizzard of 1978
- Mild and sunny end to week
- Strong earthquake, but no significant tsunami?
- The hidden dangers of road salt
- How destructive can road salt be on your vehicle?
- Rare factory-effect snow
- Celestial event to occur for first time in 150 years
- An in-depth look at pothole anatomy
- Michiana snow totals impressive this season
- Rare frost quakes shook Indiana over the weekend
- How much water was actually in our snow pack?
- Strong storm to affect large portion of U.S.
- What does Lake Michigan ice mean for Michiana?
- Odd Lake Michigan phenomena
- A look back at 2017's weather
- Lake effect snow and bitter cold
- A look at hypothermia and frostbite
- Just how cold is it?
- Frigid air can affect vehicles and homes
- Colder in Michiana than Alaska
- Tricky travel Friday
- Winter Solstice 2017: what you need to know
- Watching for holiday weekend rain and snow
- Mild and quiet stretch of days ahead
- Milder temperatures with a few rain & snow chances
- Not removing snow and ice from your vehicle could cost you
- A White Christmas for Michiana?
- Geminid meteor shower to put on a show
- Road salt ineffective at certain temperatures
- Rare December snow across the South
- Could Mt. Agung Eruption Affect Climate?
- Dangerous Year for Earthquakes in 2018?