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The Eye of the Storm

For a guy who lives in Atlanta, Paul Goodloe might have the best job an out-of-town skier can get. The 49-year-old on-camera meteorologist has worked for The Weather Channel since 1999, co-anchoring morning weather television shows like Weekend Recharge. From winter storms to tropical hurricanes, he covers events of nature that are serious and can be

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