Both of Jim Cantore's children suffer from a rare chromosome disorder, called Fragile X Syndrome.
Cantore reported from Key Largo, Florida during Hurricane Wilma in 2005.
Jim Cantore of the Weather Channel - a.k.a. The Human Hurricane Magnet.
Jim Cantore graduated from Lyndon State College with B.S in Meteorology.
Jim Cantore reported from Morehead City, North Carolina on Hurricane Bonnie in 1998.
Jim Cantore's wife suffers from Parkinson's.
Cantore covered Hurricane Frances in Melbourne and Palm Bay (Florida) in 2004.
Cantore covered Hurricane Charley from Fort Meyers, Florida in 2004.
Cantore covered Hurricane Fran in September 1996, from Wrightsville Beach in North Carolina.
Cantore is married to Tamra, they have two children: Christina and Ben.
Jim Cantore first appeared on The Weather Channel in July of 1986.
Jim Cantore reported on Hurricane Ophelia in Kill Devil Hills, NC in September 2005.
Cantore was part of the "Fox NFL Sunday" team during the 1999-2000 season, reporting on the games that were affected by different weather events.
Cantore was reporting from Gulfport, Mississippi when Hurricane Katrina made landfall in 2005.
Cantore reported on Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
Jim is a member of both the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society.
On-air meteorologist on The Weather Channel.
Jim Canore: I am proud to say The Weather Channel was my first job out of college.
Jim Cantore: The weather speaks for itself.