is a meteorologist
for the cable news network CNN
. He is best known for his coverage of Hurricane Katrina
in 2005. He is also known for briefly losing his temper with his fellow CNN anchor during live coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
Earlier, Myers served as meteorologist for the morning and noon news broadcasts for WXYZ-TV in Detroit. From 1991-1994, Myers served as chief meteorologist and anchored the 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts for WSYX-TV in Columbus, Ohio. Prior to working at WSYX-TV, he served as the weekend meteorologist for ABC affiliate KOCO-TV in Oklahoma City.
Myers also has served as the morning and noon meteorologist at WTVR-TV in Richmond, Va., and as weekend weather/environmental reporter at KOLN-TV in Lincoln, Neb.
From 1985-1987, Myers worked within the Techniques Developmental Lab of the National Weather Service in Silver Spring, Md., developing the computer systems for the AWIPS 90 forecasts and NEXRAD radar.
Myers earned a bachelor's degree in meteorology from the University of Nebraska and holds the American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval.