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Cheryl Nelson

Cheryl Nelson, Certified Broadcast Meteorologist
Certified Broadcast Meteorologist

Cheryl Nelson is an Emmy-nominated and AP award-winning Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, TV Host, FEMA-Certified Instructor and Weather and Preparedness Advisor for Cummins. You can visit Cheryl’s website at www.CherylNelson.net and follow her on Twitter and Facebook @CherylNelsonTV. 

Nov 21, 2018
As a natural disaster preparedness expert, I believe there is no better gift than the gift of safety. If “the storm of the century” was forecasted to…
Jun 20, 2018
Despite these measures, countless pets were still lost or abandoned in 2017 during one of the most damaging hurricane seasons in history. When…
Jun 01, 2018
As the first named storm of 2018, there was heavy rainfall and flash floods in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and the Carolinas. And this is…
May 09, 2018
The citizens of Puerto Rico were without power for months after Hurricane Maria left 80 percent of the island without power. Having a standby…
Apr 17, 2018
With the devastation a natural disaster can bring, making sure you are equipped with the proper materials and supplies is essential before a…
Apr 03, 2018
Check out these 10 tips from Cummins disaster prep expert and meteorologist Cheryl Nelson. 1. Have a shed or other secure storage location close by…
Mar 26, 2018
How do they differ? 1. Location, location, location.  Hurricanes form over the warm waters in the Atlantic Basin as tropical cyclones. Because…
Feb 23, 2018
Despite Punxsutawney Phil predicting six more weeks of winter, Mother Nature seems to disagree with the famous groundhog -- at least so far. While…
Jan 10, 2018
Here are four easy ways to better prepare yourself and your family for the next winter storm, and a short video with tips on how you can prepare for…
Sep 07, 2017
The guide, downloadable here, provides seasonal advice for safely facing severe thunderstorms, hurricanes, high heat and winter storms, as well as…
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