Ray Petelin joined WTAP-TV in January 2002 as the co-producer and news co-anchor of Daybreak. He also anchored the news on WTAP News at Noon.
Later, Ray caught the "weather bug," and his role at WTAP-TV transitioned into anchoring the news and weather on Daybreak and anchoring weather on the noon newscast.
Ray originally is from Ashtabula, Ohio. Before he came to the Mid-Ohio Valley, he served as an assignment editor at WFMJ in Youngtown, Ohio, and also worked in Cleveland. He is a graduate of the University of Akron.
In January 2004, Ray left WTAP-TV to join the weather team at WSEE-TV in Erie, Pennsylvania. Ray is the only meteorologist in Erie to hold seals of approval from both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.
Click on Ray's link in the "Related Links" section below to see his current bio at WSEE-TV in Erie!
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