Miller Robson

Morning Meteorologist

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Having grown up in Columbus, Miller Robson joined the WLTZ team in March 2007 after a successful 14 year career in radio, most notably as “Miller in the Morning” on Kissin’ 99.3/WKCN-FM. In 2012, he helped launch the morning news program “WLTZ FIRST NEWS TODAY” where he is currently the morning meteorologist.

If you like reality TV, you might have seen Miller as one of the twelve contestants on the hit Funny or Die reality show America’s Next Weatherman on TBS in August of 2015.

A former professional wrestler, he still enjoys staying fit by working out and running. He loves football, baseball, reading, and the great outdoors.

Miller is happily married to his lovely wife, Suzi. They have 3 beautiful girls- Mikayla, Annabelle, and Taylor. They are very active members at Morningside Baptist Church in Columbus.

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Slowly Warming Up

High pressure will continue to dominate the area, so we'll be rain free at least through Friday. With dry air still covering the area, humidity levels will remain very comfortable. High and low…

A Frosty Start to Tuesday

Cold and dry air continues to filter into the region. This will bring tonight's temperatures down into the mid 30s (if not colder) in spots. There will be a FROST ADVISORY in effect…

Weather Won't Be Spooky This Weekend

The weather this weekend is going to be awesome, so get out there and enjoy it if you can. Dry, cool air continues to filter in making for very comfortable humidity and rain-free…

Cool Days & Chilly Nights

Zeta is gone and we're in the wake of a cold front, so get ready for some awesome weather over the long stretch. Cooler and drier air will bring the humidity down to…

Zeta to Bring Rain and Wind to the Area

Expected to restrengthen to a category 1 hurricane, Tropical Storm Zeta is churning its way through the Gulf and is projected to make landfall by Wednesday night along the east coast of Louisiana.…

Isolated Showers Possible Thursday

Daytime highs and nighttime lows aim to stay above average at least through the early part of next week. We do have a weak cold front that will pass by on Saturday, but…

Rain Slowly Returning

More moisture will funnel up from the Gulf increasing the humidity for the area and bring rain chances back into the forecast. Will go with a slight chance of showers Wednesday and Thursday…

A Warm, Dry Tuesday

Expect daytime highs to stay about 5+ degrees above normal over the next few days, but we'll see a bit of a cool down later in the week as cloud cover increases and…

A Beautiful Weekend

We are in the wake of a strong cold front that is bringing much cooler and drier air to the region. High pressure is moving in behind it and will keep the weekend…

Here Comes the Cooler Weather

The forecast through the next 8 days looks great as of now.  A nice, calm stretch of weather. A strong cold front will pass through on Friday bringing much cooler and drier air…

NOAA: A Warmer and Drier Winter in the South

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020 NOAA’s winter forecast for the U.S. favors warmer, drier conditions across the southern tier of the U.S., and cooler, wetter conditions in the North, thanks in part to an ongoing La Nina. Forecasters at NOAA’s…

Slight Chance for Showers Thursday

After no rain over the last few days, I'll add in a small chance for a shower or two on Thursday as daytime highs stay several degrees above normal. This changes on Friday…

A Warm, Pleasant Wednesday

Cold front #1 has passed through the area, so expect comfortable humidity on Wednesday although we will stay on the warm side with highs at least a few degrees above normal. High pressure…

A Calm Week Weatherwise

We are settling into a calm weather pattern this week as high pressure will be the dominant factor. Conditions will be dry as we receive a double shot of cold fronts. Cold front…

Hurricane Delta Bringing Rain

Keeping a close watch on Delta that has re-strengthened to a major Category 3 Hurricane as it rockets through the west central Gulf. It is projected make landfall Friday near the west coast…

A Very Warm Thursday

Whew! It got a tad bit warm today with highs pushing into the mid to upper 80s and we'll do it again on Thursday which also looks to stay rain-free. Turning our attention…

Warming Up, Rain Coming from Hurricane Delta

A few spots saw some rain today, but most of the area didn't see a drop. The area will stay dry on Wednesday under partly cloudy skies with more sunshine breaking through in…

Rain Returns, Watching the Tropics

It was a fantastic first weekend of October and Monday was great as well... but changes are coming. I haven't said this in awhile, but take an umbrella with you on Tuesday as…

The Weekend Will Be Beautiful!

The cold front that passed through last night is pushing off to the east leaving us with wonderful weather through the weekend. We’ll enjoy sunny days and crystal-clear nights with highs in the low to mid 70s and lows…

Cooler and Dry for Awhile

Daytime highs got back to around seasonal today, but another cool down is entering the picture. A cold front pushing through late tonight/earlier tomorrow morning will bring drier and cooler air in on…

A Quick Warm-up, Staying Dry

Several rounds of high pressure will dominate the region well into next week keeping it dry and very comfortable. We'll warm up a bit on Thursday ahead of yet another cold front that…

A Fantastic Stretch of Weather Begins

Get ready for some awesome weather! We are well behind a strong cold front with high pressure now setting up to be the dominant influence on our weather conditions over the long haul.…

Rainy Tuesday, Beautiful Weather Coming

A strong cold front could trigger a few isolated severe storms this evening (especially in Lee, Chambers and Troup) with damaging winds of 40-60 mph the main threat.  Rain showers will be possible…

Dry Saturday, Chance for Rain Sunday

The weekend will be a mixed bag. High pressure will keep Saturday warm and dry, but we add in a slight chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms on Sunday.  A cold front…

A Few Sprinkles Wednesday

Fall is officially underway! I hope you had a chance to get outdoors today and enjoy it. Through Thursday, we’ll see highs in the mid to upper 70s, lows in the upper 50s…

A Few More Days of Dry Weather

We've been enjoying some incredible Fall weather over the last couple of days and we'll continue to do so at least through Wednesday. Don't forget, Fall officially kicks off on Tuesday morning. Through…

Fall Weather for the Last Sunday of Summer

We are wrapping up the last weekend of Summer with highs in the mid 70s this afternoon under mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Tonight, we fill the chill as temperatures dip down into the mid to upper 50s…

A Slight Chance for Rain Today

We are into the last weekend of Summer, but it's going to feel like Fall... which officially arrives Tuesday morning. Today, we can expect anywhere from partly to mostly cloudy skies with highs in the mid 70s and a…

Cooler, Drier Conditions Heading In

Hard to believe I'm saying this, but it's the last weekend of Summer! Fall officially begins on Tuesday morning, but we'll be enjoying fall weather starting this weekend. Saturday and Sunday will see highs in the mid 70s. Expect…

Ready for Fall Weather?

After a record-setting day of rainfall in Columbus yesterday (of 3.72" at the airport), we deserve a break and that's exactly what we're going to get. We'll warm up a bit on Friday…

Sally Drenching the Region

We are feeling the wrath of Sally! Several inches of rainfall already coming down in portions of the area. Unofficial totals have at least 1.5" falling so far in Muscogee County and in…

Muscogee County Schools Physically Closed Thursday Due to Inclement Weather

Columbus, GA- As a safety precaution, The Muscogee County School District will be physically closed September 17, 2020, based upon the recent weather advisories predicting inclement weather and potential damage associated with Hurricane Sally. The District will proceed with virtual instruction…

A Rainy Weekend

Deep tropical moisture will remain in place as we start the weekend. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely Saturday/Sunday afternoon/evening. Tropical Depression 19 will move westward into the Gulf by Sunday and is…

An Unpleasantly Humid Thursday

Expect a humid, more unsettled weather pattern to stay with us into next week. Ample moisture will continue to spread across the area via easterly low-level flow enhanced by a tropical low just…

A Chance for Rain Returns

Tropical moisture returns to the area bringing the humidity back up to uncomfortable levels by Thursday and also rain back into the forecast.  Expect isolated showers on Wednesday and that chance will stay…

Tuesday Remains Dry, Higher Humidity Returning

Staying rain-free again on Tuesday, but we could see more cloud coverage as an increase in moisture returns to the region. Humidity will be on the uptick as the days go by, as…

A Hot and Mostly Dry Labor Day Weekend

We can expect a pretty quiet stretch of weather through the long holiday weekend although some of the area could see a few sprinkles on Sunday into Monday. Saturday will be hot with…

The Heat Stays On, Fall Preview Next Week?

Staying dry through Saturday as another cold front moves through and looks to become stationary to our south on Sunday. This will help trigger a few showers in our area especially in our…

Lack of Rain Through Weekend

The heat will be the big issue over the next few days. Daytime highs will run 5+ degrees above the norm through Saturday. Heat indices could push between 105-107 degrees in some isolated…

Getting Hotter

A frontal boundary approaching from the west  looks to become stationary to our north, but may help introduce some drier air along with a Bermuda High. This will bring the humidity down a…

National Preparedness Month Begins September 1

(ATLANTA) – September is National Preparedness Month and the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (GEMA/HS) is working with local emergency management agencies to encourage citizens across the state to prepare themselves and their families for natural and man-made…

A Hot and Humid Week

The word this week- WHEW! Moisture continues to pump in from the Gulf keeping humidity levels quite uncomfortable to unbearable for at least one more day. Expect scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms on…

Decent Chance for Showers and Storms Today and Monday

We wrap up the last weekend of August with more showers and thunderstorms in the forecast this afternoon and evening as a cold front approaches. We also remain under deep tropical moisture. Humid! Humid! Humid! A few storms could…