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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Morning Crew Loves Ugly Sweaters

It was cold enough this morning to break out the ugly sweaters during the morning news! You have an ugly sweater, too?

WATCH THIS: Frozen Lighthouse in Cleveland

The Cleveland Harbor West Pier Lighthouse looks like something right out of the Disney movie Frozen. Since the winter of 2010, the lighthouse, which sits where the Cuyahoga River meets Lake Erie,…

D.C.'s Cherry Blossoms In Danger

Washington D.C.’s famed cherry blossoms are in real trouble after Tuesday’s winter weather. With some forecasters worried that for the first time in close to a century peak bloom may not happen at all. The storm…

Winter Storm Expected to Slam the Northeast

  A major winter storm is barreling-down on the east coast right now. Cold temperatures will continue for the southeast with the northeast expected to get the brunt of the impact. Bitter cold temperatures, high winds,…

Cold Days, Freezing Nights for the Southeast

Temperatures continue to stay well below average today with highs topping out in the mid 40s to low 50s under a good bit of cloudiness. Winds will kick in and…

Winter Hanging On Through Mid-Week

This blast of winter staying with us a little while longer. Cold air continues to filter in from the north and will keep our daytime highs below normal in the…

Another Prescribed Burn Today (Tuesday) on Fort Benning

FORT BENNING, Ga. – Fort Benning will be conducting a prescribed burn within the C1 and C3 training area today. The wind is predicted to be from the South and will keep smoke away from sensitive areas. Wind direction is…

Trivia Bee Puts Spotlight on Illiteracy in the Chattahoochee Valley

Columbus State University’s Cunningham Center was buzzing (pun intended) last night as the Literacy Alliance’s annual Trivia Bee pumped up the energy in the fight against illiteracy. “This night was about absolute craziness,” said Executive Director Barbara Moushon, beaming with…

Pollen Count High for Tuesday

The pollen count forecast is high for today. Juniper, maple, and elm will be the main sources of allergies. Rain comes in on Wednesday and will help bring the levels down briefly. Medium to high levels will remain for the…

Monday Showers, Tracking Severe Weather on Wednesday

Turning mostly cloudy today with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s. Scattered showers developing later in the day with isolated showers tonight through the morning. Nighttime temperatures in…

Natural Gas Prices Down

In case you didn’t notice, the warm winter weather is affecting the price of natural gas. Prices are down 35% after falling to a six-month low on Tuesday. It remains down this morning as there is…

Snow Ladened Roof Crushes Man To Death

While we are enjoying “Spring” weather here in the Southeast, we should count our lucky stars that we aren’t dealing with this! A roof loaded with snow collapsed early this morning in northern Japan crushing a…

It's Severe Weather Preparedness Week In Georgia- Friday Tip

A not widely known fact is that flooding kills more people than any other weather hazard and almost half of those fatalities are vehicle related mainly due to when people attempt to drive through flooded areas. Turn around, don't drown!…

Statewide (GA) Tornado Drill Set For Friday 9AM EST

There will be a statewide Tornado Drill Friday morning at 9AM EST. Per Columbus Fire & EMS Emergency Management and Homeland Security, the EAS warning sirens will sound in our area as part of the statewide drill. The "All Clear"…