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Greg Bennett

Greg Bennett serves as KMIR's morning meteorologist.  You can watch him on KMIR Today and KMIR Midday on weekdays.

joined the KMIR News team in February 2013 as a weekend meteorologist and was promoted to the weekday morning meteorologist for KMIR Today  in January 2014.

Greg grew up in the lightning capitol of the world, Florida and attended Florida State University where he graduated with a degree in meteorology. During his time at FSU, Greg was hired as the weekend weather anchor at WTXL in Tallahassee.

While in Tallahassee, Greg covered severe weather both in the field and on the green screen, along with reporting on science and technology stories.
As for Greg's other interests, he is always up for a pizza, he is a classic car and motorcycle enthusiast, a huge Patriots fan and a die-hard Italian.

In his spare time, you can find Greg in the gym, hiking, cooking or volunteering in the community.
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