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John Winter (September 8, 1967 – April 5, 2007) was a meteorologist for NBC affiliate WFLA-TV in Tampa, Florida.A native of Seminole, Florida and an alum of Seminole Senior High School, Winter was a Bachelor of Arts graduate in the field of meteorology at the University of Kansas. He began his career as a television meteorologist at KGBT-TV in Harlingen, Texas, working there for two years before moving to the Tampa area in 1994 and joining WFLA-TV.

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  • John Winter (September 8, 1967 – April 5, 2007) was a meteorologist for NBC affiliate WFLA-TV in Tampa, Florida.A native of Seminole, Florida and an alum of Seminole Senior High School, Winter was a Bachelor of Arts graduate in the field of meteorology at the University of Kansas. He began his career as a television meteorologist at KGBT-TV in Harlingen, Texas, working there for two years before moving to the Tampa area in 1994 and joining WFLA-TV.
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  • John Winter (September 8, 1967 – April 5, 2007) was a meteorologist for NBC affiliate WFLA-TV in Tampa, Florida.A native of Seminole, Florida and an alum of Seminole Senior High School, Winter was a Bachelor of Arts graduate in the field of meteorology at the University of Kansas. He began his career as a television meteorologist at KGBT-TV in Harlingen, Texas, working there for two years before moving to the Tampa area in 1994 and joining WFLA-TV. During most of his career in Tampa Bay, he was the morning meteorologist for WFLA-TV, occasionally substituting on the evening editions. Winter held the Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society.In addition to his meteorological career, he was also a co-owner of "Big U Media", an advertising firm that he co-owned with a friend and WFLA-TV colleague. He was also a member of a local charitable organization and Gasparilla krewe, The Rough Riders, who help underprivileged and sick children by distributing teddy bears at homeless shelters and in hospitals.An avid animal lover, Winter featured an animal up for adoption for each hour of the morning show during his weather segments on behalf of local animal shelters. The adoption success rate was outstanding.Winter was a graduate of the University of Kansas and was a Jayhawks fan.
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