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Fred Campagna

Fred Campagna
Fred Campagna
Right Weather President

Right Weather President Fred Campagna has made a career out of trying his hardest to be right all of the time. Of course, with New England's fickle weather, that's impossible, but Fred enjoys the challenge of striving for perfection. Fred is Senior On-Air Meteorologist at WTNH-TV News8 in the Hartford, CT television market. Fred's television career at WLNE-TV ABC6 in Providence spanned nearly 14 years, beginning in 1998. He worked his way up from low man on the totem pole, to the chief meteorologist by January of 2008. Along the way, Fred earned his American Meteorological Society (AMS) Television Seal of Approval, and he became the first in Southern New England to earn the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist distinction from the AMS. In his final year at ABC6, he led the way to being certified most accurate forecast in the Providence-New Bedford television market by Weatherate - an independent forecast verification service. From April 2014 to August 2015 Fred worked on-air as a freelance meteorologist for WFXT FOX25 in the Boston television market.

Fred was among the first meteorologists to embrace social media as a means of connecting with and updating viewers. Find his forecasts and weather updates on Twitter and Facebook.

Fred is a Rhode Islander, having earned his BS in Meteorology from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. He also has BA in Economics from the University of Colorado. Fred lives in Bristol with his wife, Diane, and their three children. When he's not watching the weather like a hawk, he enjoys playing and coaching soccer, running, reading, and spending time with his extended family.

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