Weather Channel Founder John Coleman Dies

Longtime weathercaster John Coleman died at his home in Las Vegas on Saturday at the age of 83. Coleman was best known for his role as the original weathercaster on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and for founding  The Weather Channel. In recent years Coleman gained notice for denouncing mainstream climate science.

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