Gary Archibald

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Gary Archibald is a Canadian meteorologist, journalist and television anchor. Archibald was a national anchor for The Weather Network from 2002-2004 and 2010-2015. He was a NBC Weather Plus weathercaster for NBC, MSNBC, and CNBC from 2006 to 2009. He has also appeared as a correspondent on NBC's number one rated programs - The Today Show and NBC Nightly News. He was a regular reporter on NBC Early Today Show, and MSNBC's Morning Joe hosted by Joe Scarborough. He is a trained reporter and anchor who has specialized in weather and sports. Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Gary Archibald is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Centennial College, and Mississippi State University.

Since 1996, Archibald has worked as a professional model throughout North America, originally represented by Elite Model Management (Toronto)- and later by Ford Models (Toronto & New York). He is also an actor (since 1997), who has appeared in numerous television commercials. He had a small role in the 2004 film Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.[1]

His first reporting work was with Rogers Television in Toronto (2000–2002) as a sportscaster and reporter covering the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Archibald's first experience covering weather was 2002-2004 at The Weather Network. He then became the morning weather anchor for Global Television (Toronto) for a year in 2005, followed by holding the position as the York Region Transit correspondent for A-Channel Barrie in 2006.

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