Rob Duns - Weather

Where the Air is Better.

Current Location  -  WBBH-TV Ft. Myers, FL


Represented by  -  John Butte

Career Summary

From major hurricanes to blizzards, Meteorologist Rob Duns has forecast a wide range of weather in his 8+ year career. He's currently on-air weekdays during the 11 a.m., noon, 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. newscasts at WBBH-TV in Fort Myers, Florida.

In addition to his on-air work, Rob has hosted the station's high school academic competition "A-Team Challenge", and co-executive produced 2017's "The NBC2 Great Hurricane Challenge Quiz Show".

Rob is active in Southwest Florida hosting hurricane preparedness seminars throughout the year and visiting area schools to supplement weather lessons in the classroom.

Before working in Florida, Rob started his career as a meteorologist at WAOW-TV in Wausau, Wisconsin. Along with forecasting, he hosted a weekly segment on the station called "Wandering Wisconsin". The segment was recognized three times by the Wisconsin Broadcaster's Association for feature reporting, news writing and use of news video.


8 years of meteorology and reporting


Mississippi State University; Certification, Broadcast Meteorology

John Carroll University, Cleveland Ohio; Master of Arts, Communications Management

John Carroll University, Cleveland Ohio; Bachelor of Arts, Communication and Theatre Arts; Minor: Foreign Affairs

"Print reporters dispense information; tv reporters tell stories"