Sean McLaughlin (meteorologist)

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Sean McLaughlin (pronounced Seen) is an anchor of the 10pm newscast and formerly the Chief Meteorologist at KPHO CBS 5 in Phoenix Arizona. Prior to this stint in Phoenix, Sean was chief meteorologist for MSNBC, joining the United States-based 24-hour cable news television network in July 2004. He was also the meteorologist on the Sunday editions of NBC's The Today Show. He contributed to NBC Weather Plus+, NBC Nightly News, and other NBC News/MSNBC/CNBC programs. Sean's prior stint in Phoenix was as the longtime Chief Meteorologist, as well as anchor and general assignment reporter at NBC affiliate KPNX Channel 12. Currently he is the Chief Meteorologist, news anchor and reporter for KPHO CBS 5 in Phoenix. Sean has amassed several Emmy's to add to his repertoire. McLaughlin's hometown is Belmond, Iowa.

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McLaughlin graduated from Iowa State University with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism where he was a member of the Fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon. He holds a certificate in meteorology from Mississippi State University.

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