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John Fuller came to St. Louis in June of 1983, recently celebrating 30 years of weather coverage in St. Louis. Despite his longevity, John Says, "just when I think I have St. Louis area weather figured out, a new wrinkle develops, like the 2012 drought or Spring 2013 tornadoes. With the weather constantly changing, we must adapt and adjust as meteorologists."

Fuller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from The Pennsylvania State University in May of 1975. Fuller's first job in his field was with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Air Quality Division as an Air Pollution Meteorologist. He then joined WJIM TV 6 in Lansing as their weekend weathercaster.

From Lansing, John joined KSDK-TV in St. Louis where he was honored with the American Meteorological Society's Seal of Approval. He also received the local Emmy Award for Best Weathercaster during his stay at KSDK.

A local favorite, John joined News 11 in October, 2008 as Chief Meteorologist and has taught Meteorology at University College (Washington University night school) and currently at St. Louis Community College in Wildwood..


Recent Articles
  • Another snow storm takes aim on St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)-Another winter storm has its aim on St. Louis and will bring significant snow to the region. Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings are in effect for the entire News 11 viewing area through 6pm Sunday. Snow builds in Saturday afternoon and will continue through Sunday. As temperatures warm a bit early Sunday, the snow will change over to some freezing rain and sleet south of I-44 in Missouri and I-64 in Illinois.  Along the I-70 […]

  • Riverfront Times weekend events Feb. 27-29

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO (KPLR)- It’s Friday and Emily Westerholt from the Riverfront Times joined us to share some of the big events happening around town this weekend. RFT weekend events February 27th-29th Call to Art Regional Art Commission 2/27 6-10PM – Free but accepting donations. Metro Trans Umbrella Group is proud to present: ‘My Own Valentine’ Art Show Sponsored by The Missouri Humanities Council. Expect to experience art in mediums of acrylics, oils, and watercolor, charcoal, pastels, ink, photography, clay, […]

  • Snow heading to St. Louis metro area

    (KPLR) – A late arriving clipper system allowed for bonus sunshine and highs Wednesday that jumped to 45 in St. Louis.  However, the clipper is still on track to deliver another dose of winter weather.  Clouds will increase throughout the evening.  About 2 am light snow will spread across metro St. Louis resulting in a light coating by 7 am just in time for the morning rush hour.  With falling temperatures into the mid and low 20’s, slick spots and […]

  • Workout tips for a healthier you

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO (KPLR)- It’s Tuesday and Cason from C3 Fitness stopped by to give some workout tips for a healthier you. For additional information visit c3fitness.net.

  • Cold weather set-up for possible snow this weekend

    (KPLR) – Arctic High pressure has filled in behind a potent cold front that brought us a dusting of snow Tuesday night.  With clear skies tonight, lows will slip to near record levels:  -3 in 1936.  Gusty winds out of the northwest will drag wind chills to a dangerous level, as low as -15 in rural locations, and metro St. Louis wind chills of 0 to -10.  Despite sunshine on Thursday, high temperatures will only climb to 14 to 19 degrees.  A new system approaches on Thursday night with light snow possible after midnight into Friday morning.  Complicating the winter pattern and briefly […]

  • Fun things to do at the Missouri Botanical Gardens

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. (KTVI) – St. Louis may not have been hit with snow as hard as Chicago, our city has not escaped the bitterness of winter. But one way to add some sunshine into your day is with a trip to the Missouri Botanical Gardens.

  • Quick shot of snow for St. Louis area, followed by bitter cold

    (KPLR) – A steady-moving cold front is marching across the St. Louis area with a narrow band of snow.  The precipitation began as freezing drizzle around 3 pm and changed over to snow at 4 pm.  Snow accumulations for the metro St. Louis area will range from 1/2″ to 1″.  South of St. Louis, less than 1/2″ can be expected and areas north of St. Louis could see 1″ to 2″ in a few spots.  Even though snowfall totals are minor, falling temperatures […]

  • Style expert talks men’s fashion

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO (KPLR)- Mary Jo Heydt of Savile Row knows all style. She joined John and Elliot to talk about fun fashion custom suits. She also gave handy tips for guys and the women in their lives who would like them to look better! For additional information visit: Savilerowstl.com

  • RFT Weekend Events, January 16th-18th

    (KPLR)- It’s Friday and Emily Westerholt from The Riverfront Times is here to tell us about some of the big events happening around town this weekend! List of events: Snow Ball – Friday @ Moonrise Hotel – $30 This year`s Snow Ball will feature local music talent from the Soulard Blues Band! ___ 10th Annual Ice Carnival in The Delmar Loop  – Saturday, January 18th beginning at 10am Moonrise Hotel rooftop half-pipe, Human dog sledding race, Frozen Buns Run 5K […]

  • Disease could pose threat to state deer population

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – We’ve been keeping you up to date on the issue of chronic wasting disease (CWD) since it was first discovered in Missouri. This disease could pose a significant threat to our state’s wild deer population. CWD is a fatal nerve disease that causes the brain to degenerate. Deer literally waste away and die. It’s transmitted via animal-to-animal contact, or contaminated soil-to-animal contact. Once contracted, it’s 100 percent fatal. There is no cure or vaccine for the […]

  • Wednesday High Temps

    Deep freeze covers St. Louis area

    (KPLR) – An Alberta Clipper is now off to the east and a new Arctic surge is taking aim at the central U.S. The new surge will arrive Wednesday morning in time for the morning “rush”.   The Arctic blast will blanket the area with the coldest air since February 11, 2014 when the mercury slid to -1.  The new system will arrive with only a few flurries Wednesday morning with lows near 8.  Highs Wednesday will range from 8 to 13 with Wind Chills -10 to -15.  Sunshine will return to […]

  • Winter weather to move into St. Louis area Wednesday

    (KPLR) – A deepening low pressure system is on the way with rain, colder air, and wet flakes.  Overnight, rain will develop across the metro area.  At daybreak the storm will be close enough to create super-cooling and rain will mix-with and change-to wet snow just after 6 am.  Winter Weather advisories are posted for the metro area and surrounding counties from 6am Wednesday to 6 pm.  Snow will accumulate mainly on grassy areas and untreated roadways where there is a burst of snow.  High temperatures will be near 37 […]

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