Resume Tom Sater is a meteorologist and weather anchor for CNN based at the network’s global headquarters in Atlanta. A five-time Emmy winning meteorologist, Sater has provided numerous reports for CNN, CNN International and HLN. In October of 2011 Sater was hired by CNN International and has covered every weather and natural disaster event possible: typhoons, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, crippling snowstorms, deadly heat, volcanos and ice storms are just a few. Sater has reported on how weather was responsible for international plane crashes, power-grid stress, gas and oil platform evacuations to rescue attempts from landslides, avalanches and massive flooding. When the weather departments of CNN International and CNN domestic joined forces under one roof in 2015, Sater took over the prime-time slot for weather coverage on CNN and continues today. In November 2013, reporting on Super Typhoon Haiyan headed for the Philippines, Sater was one of the first international broadcasters to report that the storm’s intense winds made it the strongest typhoon to make landfall on any landmass in recorded history. CNNI went on to win ‘Best News Coverage –international’ for its reporting of Typhoon Haiyan at the prestigious Royal Television Society Awards. He has also garnered an on-line ‘SHORTY’ award for his Facebook Live report on Philippines’ explosive eruption after Taal Volcano spews ash near Manila. In 2017 Sater was nominated for a National Emmy for his coverage of Hurricane Maria and In 2019, he was also nominated for a national Emmy award for ‘Continuing Coverage’ of Hurricane Dorian. He is a member of the National Weather Association (NWA), and has earned the Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Before joining CNN, Sater worked as a meteorologist in a number of U.S. markets including Washington, D.C.; Atlanta, Georgia; Cincinnati, Ohio; Montgomery, Alabama and Lexington, Kentucky, where in 1998 he won a regional Emmy for Outstanding Weather Anchor at WKYT as the station’s chief meteorologist. He ended up winning the same award four consecutive years during his time at WTTG in Washington, D.C.