Changes are coming to WLWT’s weather lineup, and residents of Cincinnati, Ohio, must prepare to bid farewell to one of their favorite meteorologists.
Cameron Hardin has been on the NBC affiliate’s weather team for three years but will not be returning for a fourth. Hardin announced his departure from WLWT at the end of 2021. The news naturally surprised fans.
In addition to his timely weather updates, Hardin’s sense of humor and chemistry with his co-anchors make him a well-liked figure in the community. Regular viewers are curious as to where Hardin is going next and whether or not he is leaving Cincinnati. Cameron Hardin had this to say about leaving WLWT.
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Cameron Hardin will be Leaving WLWT
He began his broadcasting career at an Indiana station before moving to Ohio in 2018 to work as a meteorologist at WEWS in Cleveland.
In 2019, Hardin joined the weather team at WLWT in Cincinnati. Until recently, he co-anchored mornings with Kelly Rippin. Viewers of WLWT are probably aware that Rippin gave birth to a son on November 12.
WLWT announced changes to the anchor’s schedule due to Rippin’s upcoming leave. Megan Mitchell has been named as Rippin’s replacement until February.
However, this is not the only change to the WLWT lineup on the way. Hardin also revealed that he and Mitchell finished filming their final weekend broadcast on November 21.
Hardin announced on the air and his official social media pages that he will leave WLWT at the end of 2021. His final day is December 31.
On May 16, 2021, the weatherman and his wife, Hannah Shanae, welcomed their first child, a daughter named Wren Lucia Hardin. He’s been dividing his time between his family and work, but he appears to be stepping away from broadcasting now.
Cincinnati’s favorite weatherman has not stated why he is leaving WLWT or where he will go next. Among the many questions, viewers wanted to know if he was leaving Cincinnati.
In response to a fan’s tweet, Hardin stated that he has no new job lined up and no plans to leave Cincinnati shortly. He plans to make the most of his last few weeks at WLWT before looking for another job.