Karl Bohnak

Chief Meteorologist

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Chief Meteorologist

Karl has been the main man in the TV6 Weather Center since 1988. His interests brought him to a career in broadcasting and later to the study of meteorology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Karl started doing TV weather in 1983.

He holds the American Meteorological Society's broadcast seal of approval and has written a book about weather and history of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.


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