Caleb Chevalier

Caleb Chevalier is the weekend morning meteorologist for ABC21. A Hoosier native, Caleb is glad to be back in the state of Indiana.

From a young age, Caleb knew he wanted to pursue a career in weather, particularly in television. He was raised in Bloomington and moved to Kentucky in 2003. Caleb received his degree in Meteorology from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. While a senior in college, he landed his first job in the business at WNKY-TV as a weekend meteorologist/reporter.

Severe weather is what Caleb finds most fascinating. It was the subject of most of his research at WKU. He gained a wealth of experience covering severe weather in Bowling Green.

Beyond weather, Caleb’s greatest passion is music. He enjoys singing and playing his bass guitar. His favorite genres are rock and metal. Caleb is a lifelong fan of Indiana University sports and enjoys following the Colts.

Caleb Chevalier

Caleb Chevalier

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