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Bill Evans is an American meteorologist and the former senior meteorologist for WABC-TV, the ABC affiliate in New York City, born in Meridian, Mississippi

Bill Evans Biography

Bill Evans is an American meteorologist and the former senior meteorologist for WABC-TV, the ABC affiliate in New York City, born in Meridian, Mississippi as William Howard. He is the senior meteorologist for Channel 7 Eyewitness News and weather anchor for Eyewitness News This Morning. Evans is a 15-time Emmy award winner for “Outstanding On-Camera Achievement in Weather Broadcasting.” He had been with WABC-TV since December 13, 1989. In 2016 Evans was awarded the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor.

Bill Evans Age

William Howard “Bill” Evans was born on July 16, 1960, in Meridian, Mississippi. He is 58 years old as of 2018.

Bill Evans Family

Bill was born in Meridian, Mississippi. His nationality is American. His birth name is William Howard Evans. He is a son of Rev.(mother) and Mrs. James H. Evans(father). His father was a Methodist minister in Meridian.

Bill Evans Married | Bill Evans Wife

Bill Evans is a divorced man. He was married to Dana Lynne Lee in the year 1994, an associate in corporate finance in the commercial banking division of Citibank in New. Later in April 1992, his wife filed for a divorce accusing him of domestic violence and that her marriage with Bill is irreparable. The two have four kids, three daughters, and one son.

Bill Evans Children

Julia Evans
Sarah Evans
Maggie Evans
William Evans

Bill Evans Education

Bill went to Mississippi State University to study business administration and graduated in 1980. Later, he pursued to study meteorology at Jackson State University in 1981 and graduated in 1982.

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Bill Evans Career

Bill” Evans is currently an American meteorologist and the former senior meteorologist for WABC-TV, the ABC affiliate in New York City. His broadcasting career began at the age of 13 in his hometown of Meridian, Mississippi on WDAL Radio and WTOK-TV. In 1985 the National Weather Service named him “Outstanding Meteorologist” for his forecasting and reporting during Hurricane Elena. Before coming to New York, Evans was a meteorologist for WALA-TV in Mobile, Alabama and was morning show host on WABB-FM. He also held similar jobs in Dallas, as both meteorologist at WFAA-TV and morning show host for KHYI-FM. Evans was the Senior Meteorologist for Eyewitness News This Morning and Eyewitness News at Noon. He is now on WLNG Radio.

For years he played himself in The Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall. Evans has also played Lumiere (the candlestick) on Broadway in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. He has appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America. He also appears on ESPN Sports Center and The Michael Kay Show on ESPN NY Radio 98.7 FM. Evans has appeared on the show “How Stuff Works” on the Discovery Channel and Live with Kelly and Ryan. Evans also reports the weather for 95.5, WPLJ-FM and sister stations NASH FM 94.7 and 77WABC in New York City. On December 14, 2018, Evans and his wife Sandra Foschi purchased WLNG in Sag Harbor, New York.

Evans helps raise funds for children’s charities Babies Hospital at Columbia Presbyterian, the Juvenile Diabetes Association, Junior Achievement, and the National Young Adult Institute. He also hosts golf tournaments to raise funds for The Red Cross of New Jersey and Special Olympics of New York. Evans’ first novel Category 7: The Biggest Storm in History, was co-written by Marianna Jameson. Evans promoted the work on a 2007 book tour. The story is about “weather folk” tracking a hurricane as it approaches New York City. It comes out that the hurricane was created and directed artificially by a billionaire villain.
Evans has gone on to release more novels in the “eco-thriller” genre, including “Frozen Fire”, a sequel to “Category 7”, “Dry Ice”, and “Blackmail Earth”. Evans also penned a weather book for kids entitled: “It’s Raining Fish & Spiders”.

Bill Evans Writing

Evans’ first novel Category 7: The Biggest Storm in History, was co-written by Marianna Jameson. Evans promoted the work on a 2007 book tour. The story is about “weather folk” tracking a hurricane as it approaches New York City.[6] It comes out that the hurricane was created and directed artificially by a billionaire villain.

Evans has gone on to release more novels in the “eco-thriller” genre, including “Frozen Fire”, a sequel to “Category 7”, “Dry Ice”, and “Blackmail Earth”. Evans also penned a weather book for kids entitled: “It’s Raining Fish & Spiders”.

Bill Evans News | Bill Evans Abc7

William Howard “Bill” Evans is an American meteorologist and the former senior meteorologist for WABC-TV, the ABC affiliate in New York City. He also reports the weather for 95.5, WPLJ-FM, NASH FM 94.7, 77WABC, and WGCH 1490 AM.

Bill Evans Eyewitness News

Bill Evans is an American senior meteorologist for Channel 7 Eyewitness News and weather anchor for Eyewitness News This Morning.

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Bill Evans News

Top New York TV weatherman arrested for assault claims his estranged wife scratched his manhood during a domestic dispute as couple appear in court and ordered to stay away from each other.

Published: 02:23 BST, 19 June 2013

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

Top New York television meteorologist Bill Evans who has been arrested for allegedly assaulting his estranged wife claims it was she who attacked him and scratched his private parts during a violent dispute about moving cars.

Bill Evans and his soon-to-be former spouse of 19 years, Dana Evans, offered radically different accounts of the domestic incident that took place inside their Connecticut home last month. According to an affidavit by the responding police officer, Evans’ wife grabbed the waistband of his underwear and reached for his scrotum with her free hand, subsequently scratching it (his scrotum), which resulted in bleeding.’

The 52-year-old WABC meteorologist claimed that the fight started on May 14 when Dana Evans humiliated him in front of the couple’s children, telling him that he does not live with them and they are not wanted in their home. Mr. Evans’ daughter then asked him to move the car, and he replied that he would do it after he changed, according to the affidavit by Greenwich police officer Kristin Lindstrom that was cited by The New York Post. The domestic dispute escalated when Dana Evans, 48, stormed into the room, emptied her husband’s work bag onto the bed and grabbed the car keys, the document states.

Mr. Evans said he pushed his spouse away, but she attacked him with a wooden clothes hanger, striking him in the back and buttocks. Dana Evans, however, has offered a wildly different version of events.  Mrs. Evans said she wanted to move cars outside their driveway so they would be able to leave on time the next day, and asked her husband for the keys – but he refused, an affidavit for her version of events showed.

When she reached for the keys, her husband grabbed her by the hand and she attempted to throw the keys out of the door – but they landed in a closet and they both scuffled for them, she said. According to the wife, Bill Evans shoved her, so she attempted to kick him away, but the weatherman grabbed her leg, causing her to fall. Dana Evans said her spouse punched her in the right eye with a closed fist, and she defended herself by striking him with a clothes hanger.

Dana Evans, who has also been arrested, sought counseling at a domestic-violence center after the fight on May 14 at their home in Greenwich, Connecticut. Evans, 52, who works for television station WABC-TV, and Dana, 48, both surrendered to Greenwich police last week and were released after promising to appear in court. They have been charged third-degree assault and disorderly conduct charges. Both were ordered by a judge to keep away from one another.

‘Bill and Dana are presently going through a difficult divorce,’ Evan’s lawyer, Philip Russell, said in a statement. The New York Post reported that court papers showed the row was sparked by moving parked cars. But Bill Evans said it was their daughter who had asked him to move the cars, and he agreed to dress and help her. But his wife ‘began to insult him in front of their children and told him he does not live there nor is he wanted there,’ his version reads.

She then went to the room and grabbed his keys, and when he asked for them back, she punched him on the face and then slapped him, he said. Russell added that more than two weeks after the argument, Mrs. Evans was advised by her divorce attorneys to file the complaint, and a police investigation was launched. ‘After seeking counseling at a local domestic violence center, Dana reported the incident to the Greenwich police,’ Dana Evans’ lawyer Mark Sherman said in a statement.

‘Obviously, divorces can get emotional, and we expect Dana to be cleared of these charges in due time. The safety, privacy, and welfare of her family continue to be her primary concern.’ Connecticut law requires that all reports of domestic arguments are reported to the Superior Court. But the weatherman’s lawyer said in a statement: ‘We expect that Bill will be exonerated and this case will be quickly forgotten.’ Evans, who grew up in Mississippi, has worked for WABC since 1989 and is a published author. The couple has four children together.