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Ross Hull is an On-Air Meteorologist at the CBC News Weather Centre in Toronto. He delivers national forecasts on CBC News Network and provides a scientific perspective on breaking weather and news stories taking place across Canada and around the world.
Ross started his career in weather forecasting in 2004 with The Weather Network based in Oakville, Ontario, and three years later relocated to Vancouver to become the network's B.C. Bureau Chief.
In 2008, he moved across the Rockies to Calgary, working for Citytv as a Reporter and Weather Anchor. A couple of years later, he made his way back east to become the Head Weather Anchor at /A\ London/Windsor before moving to CTV Kitchener in June 2011 to head their weather department.
Ross is a graduate of the Meteorology Program at Mississippi State University and holds a Bachelor's degree from Ryerson University with a focus in Radio and Television Arts.
Ross was born in Montreal, where he also began an acting career at a young age.
Appearing in various television commercials and theatre productions, his performance career eventually led to starring roles in several television series, including Are you Afraid of the Dark? and Student Bodies. Acting also provided the perk of travelling the globe - to such places as New Zealand and Russia - and he relished the opportunity to see the world.
Besides the weather, Ross has a passion for fitness and the outdoors including hiking and skiing.