Bring Me The News announces new partnership with Novak Weather

Bring Me The News is elevating its weather coverage with Novak Weather.
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May has arrived and with it comes an increasing chance for severe storms in Minnesota. That's why Bring Me The News is expanding its coverage, and is excited to introduce enhanced weather reports from Tom Novak, an experienced meteorologist with a brilliant track record for delivering insightful forecasts for Minnesotans. 

Novak Weather has thousands of fans on Facebook and Twitter and is a must-follow for Minnesotans looking to stay on top of changing weather conditions. 

At Bring Me The News, Novak Weather will produce regular videos that looks at what Mother Nature has in store for Minnesota, and explanations as to why it's happening. Tom Novak incorporates maps and dives into all of the ingredients that drive our state's often extreme weather. 

And when a big storm is coming, don't be shocked to see Tom taking over the Bring Me The News Facebook page with live videos giving you the up-to-the-minute details you need.

You'll be able to find Novak's daily videos on our home page, in our Weather MN blog and on our YouTube channel. You can also sign up for our Breaking Weather newsletters.

Meanwhile, get everything else Novak Weather provides by following him on Twitter and like his page on Facebook

Tom is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. He has a Bachelors of Arts degree in Geography with an emphasis in Physical Geography including Cartography, Climatology & Meteorology. Tom has been in the weather business professionally for the last 20 years and has extensive experience in weather forecasting & presentations.

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