Chris Sowers
Chris Sowers joined Action News as the weekend morning meteorologist in May 2011. This is a return to 6abc for Chris, as he originally worked as a weather producer beginning in October, 2000. In 2005, Chris left Philadelphia to begin his on-air career as Chief Meteorologist for WNKY in Bowling Green, Kentucky. From there, Mr. Sowers made a stop in the "Windy City" of Chicago where he was the weekend meteorologist.

A Glassboro, NJ native, Chris graduated with a Meteorology degree from Kean University in Union, New Jersey. He also has his NWA Seal from the National Weather Association and numerous certificates for mesoscale circulation forecasting.

Chris enjoys weight lifting, running and spending time with his family and friends. He has a younger brother, as well as an identical twin brother, and yes, they played all the tricks on their teachers as kids, and are inseparable to this day. Chris also enjoys the thrill of competition. Growing up, he wrestled and played baseball for 15 years. He competes in several charity races each year, including stair climbs and kayak marathons, to help raise money for local charities.

Chris's Stories
AccuWeather: Tropical Storm Watch for NJ, Del. shores
A Tropical Storm WATCH has been issued for parts of the East Coast, including the Delaware and New Jersey shores, as Hurricane Jose continues to move north.
Fun AccuFacts about the eclipse
Our weather team as special eclipse AccuFacts
FYI Philly: Rowing into shape
Chris Sowers hit the river and found a fun way to workout while taking advantage of the abundant natural resources in our own backyard.
Flower Show Ecodome
Flower Show Ecodome
Why Old Man Winter is running out of time
Spring is less than a month away, but winter may be running out of time before that.
AccuWeather: Blizzard continues, another foot of snow for some
Despite some lulls in the snowfall during the day Saturday, the Blizzard of 2016 is far from over.
AccuWeather: Blizzard 2016 is here
Meteorologist Chris Sowers says most of our region will see 1 to 2 feet of snow along with serious coastal flooding.
How did a hurricane form in January?
A January hurricane may be rare, but it's not impossible.
After record warm December, cool changes for January
Record warm temperatures made December one to remember.
Christmas warmth; what to expect for the holiday
People in the Delaware Valley will have to look elsewhere for a white Christmas this year.