Mark Larson Biography
Mark Larson is an American Meteorologist currently working as a meteorologist at KWCH12 in Kansas. He has been also the morning Meteorologist for KWCH, and now the KSCW, for over fifteen years and loves waking up with his viewers preparing them for their day.
Mark Larson Age
Mark grew up in Bloomington Minnesota, just south of Minneapolis. His exact date of birth is not yet confirmed
Mark Larson Education
Larson attended and graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle with a degree in Meteorology.
Mark Larson Wife
Mark is a married man. He lives a happy life with his best friend for nearly 30 years. He enjoys golf, running biking, tennis, and reading and is often just as busy outside of work as he is in the weather office.
Mark Larson Children
Mark and his wife have three children ranging in age from a college graduate to high school to their youngest in elementary school.
Mark Larson Career
He’s been the morning Meteorologist for KWCH, and now the KSCW, for over fifteen years and loves waking up with his viewers preparing them for their day.
After Eyewitness News This Morning you’ll often find Mark at one of our area schools talking to students about Atmospheric Science and severe weather safety. “I try to make my classroom weather discussions age appropriate. I take complicated concepts and make them understandable all in a fun and entertaining way”, he says. “I have a passion for sharing what I know with kids. Weather’s all around us, it affects us every day and I think most of us have a natural curiosity about how it all works and why”.
Larson caught the weather bug as a ten-year-old flying in a small plane with his pilot – father during a springtime trip from Chicago to Minneapolis. “We ended up pretty close to some colossal thunderstorms. I got an eye-full, an up-close and personal view of a few monsters. We landed safe and sound after a bumpy ride but that was it for me I knew I wanted to be a Weatherman. I just couldn’t wait to learn and understand what made those storms so powerful and dangerous yet so awesome to watch grow and move”.
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