Justin Lock

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Justin Lock is an American meteorologist for the Charleston, South Carolina TV Station, WCSC-TV. He first started at KHAS-TV in Hastings, NE. Then he made his way to Charleston to WCIV-TV as an anchor on Lowcountry Live. After than, he was in Philadelphia, PA on CN8 The Comcast Network. He then went to the WGCL-TV in Atlanta, Georgia and boosted their morning show, Better Mornings Atlanta, while he was a Weather/Traffic anchor. He now is in Charleston at WCSC-TV.

Lock graduated from The Ohio State University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology. He has chased tornadoes in Nebraska, lived through several landfalling hurricanes in Charleston, SC and forecasted countless nor'easters in Philadelphia, PA.

Lock began his career in 2001 doing morning weather in Hastings, NE on KHAS-TV with other stints in Charleston on WWCIV-TV and Philadelphia on CN8.

In June 2011 Lock won his first Emmy Award for best On-Air Meteorologist in the Southeastern United States.[citation needed]

Lock is also a member of the American Meteorological Society[citation needed] and has earned the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal (CBM),[citation needed] the highest certification in his field.

Lock resides in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina with his wife and newborn son and his two dogs.

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