Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Goodbye Dayton, I will miss you!
The hints the last few days on my blog have been hinting at the news coming. My new job was debating to use my middle name on-air, Buck Michael, but it was decided Andrew Michael would be the best fit. The all-nighter hint was because I worked Sunday at the new job and drove back to Dayton to work the morning show. And my final hint yesterday was sweater vest. I am wearing my scarlet and grey sweater vest today because I am going back to Buckeye City. I will be moving to Columbus to work at our sister station, also owned by Sinclair Broadcasting, WSYX & WTTE, (ABC6 & FOX28) If that station sounds familiar it is also the station that our good ol' buddy Pete Scalia is working at now. My wife and I are excited to be back in Columbus. It also works out great for us by being centrally located between both of our families. Even though I am moving to Columbus, don't count out the chance you may see me pop back up on TV from time to time back in Dayton. I am not too far away and will be working for the same company ;)
My blog on the station's website will likely be taken down soon, but my Stuck In The Buckosphere blog will continue. Just Google Buckosphere if you don't have the new one bookmarked yet. I will still be forecasting for the Miami Valley AND Central Ohio so don't worry, you can check back in for the latest on what to expect weather-wise...or moped-wise. Just wanted to let you know that my blogging focuses will be completely directed to the Buckosphere. Speaking of weather:
As always... gotta check out the forecast and earlier this morning Isaac made landfall along the coast of Louisiana. I have a couple of images of the storms making its landfall and the track of the storm expected for the upcoming days.
I will try to post a quick blog (during my breaks from packing) over the coming days with an update on Isaac's eyes on Ohio. Really hoping the rain holds off and my move on Saturday will be as dry as possible. Again, thanks to all my readers, viewers, and close friends I have made here in Dayton... Have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael