Phil Sakal was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio where his fascination with weather began. From three feet of snow from a lake effect snow storm, to golf ball size hail Northeast Ohio had it all. From a very early age Phil knew he wanted to be a Meteorologist. Phil went to Ohio University in Athens, Ohio where he majored in Meteorology/Geography.
While at OU he was a member of the Meteorology Club. He is also a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. Phil interned at WEWS Newschannel 5 in Cleveland, Ohio before coming to WHIZ in May of 2012. He is excited to be apart of the WHIZ Storm Team, and you can catch him on Sunrise in Southeast Ohio every weekday morning at 6 AM. In his free time, other than keeping tabs on the weather, Phil enjoys golfing, watching the Cleveland Indians and Browns, and is always on the look out for a great pizza! Feel free to drop him a line!
Nathan’s interest in weather began at a young age when his fear of storms drove his curiosity to study the weather. He grew up watching Jym Ganahl and aspired to be a weather anchor here in Ohio. During his time at Ohio State, Nathan interned at WHIZ in the summer of 2016 and was a member of the university chorus.
When not at WHIZ, Nathan enjoys singing and acting. He has recently performed shows as a member of the Coshocton Community Choir and The Triple Locks Theater. He also enjoys watching his Buckeyes play, especially when they beat the school up north. Nathan is honored to start his career here at WHIZ and looks forward to being part of the news team. Feel free to contact Nathan with any questions or thoughts!
Elizabeth Morehead is from Lancaster, Pennsylvania and received her degree in meteorology from Millersville University. She joined the WHIZ team as a weekend meteorologist/reporter in March of 2018.
While at Millersville, Elizabeth was an officer in their student Amercian Meteorological Society chapter as well as a forecaster in Millersville’s weather center. She was honored to have the chance to be a part of the research conducted during the Student Experience in Airborne Research in the Mid-Atlantic Region (SEAR-MAR) where the main focus of the study was terrain impacts on frontal features.
When not tracking the weather, Elizabeth enjoys reading and spending time in the dance studio. She is excited to start her career here at WHIZ. Feel free to contact her with any questions!