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Ryan is a past president of the American Meteorological Society, the first and only president to have worked in broadcast weather.NBC 4 Chief Meteorologist Bob Ryan, who recently wrote a lengthy online series of articles on global climate change that was covered here, has earned praise from a prominent environmentalist, and scorn from a Department of Energy worker who challenged Ryan to a climate science debate in a forum of his choosing.Department of Energy engineer Brian Valentine, who according to the Department's web site works with the Industrial Technologies Program, where he helps the petroleum industry use energy more efficiently, is seeking to debate Ryan on the subject of climate science."As a matter of enlightenment and fairness to viewers of the Series, I cordially, and respectfully, invite Bob Ryan to consider discussion of the subject matters of the six-part Series in a public forum that would invite audience participation.The venue could be any that Bob considers appropriate within the DC area and could be as public as he chooses with televised coverage.Be careful, as the Scorpio person may become your next stalker.
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Bob Ryan is a retired meteorologist who most recently forecasted for WJLA, the ABC affiliate in Washington, D. Prior to serving as the chief meteorologist at Washington NBC affiliate WRC-TV from 1980-2010, he was previously the Today Show's first on-air meteorologist, which was also the first network television meteorologist position.
When Willard Scott replaced Ryan on Today, he and Scott effectively exchanged jobs, with Ryan taking over the meteorologist position vacated by Scott on WRC.
Together with Doug Hill, chief meteorologist at WJLA and Ryan's longtime friend, he could make up a weather team that could take over WRC's dominant position in the ratings.