Chuck DeBroder is a meteorologist from Denver, Colorado who has led a passionate career in weather for more than twenty years. DeBroder holds degrees in Broadcast Meteorology and Mass Communications (Double Emphasis: Radio/TV Broadcasting and Public Relations) from Metropolitan State University, Denver and University of Southern Colorado, Pueblo, respectively.
DeBroder began his career at KCDB, Lubbock. He spent just under two years there until 1995, when he was offered a position at KTSM, El Paso where he worked as Chief Meteorologist until September of 2018.
Chuck has been recognized with various awards throughout the course of his career. He was recognized by Mayor Hector "Teto" Murguía of Ciudad Juarez for his assistance in evacuation efforts during the floods of 2006. He is an active member of both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. He bears seals of approval from the American Meteorological Society #845 and the National Weather Service.
Through floods, tornados, freezing cold, hail, wind and sun, Chuck has been there to forecast the Borderland. He has come to consider El Paso his home and hopes to continue broadcasting the weather here for years to come.