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Cincinnati residents have enjoyed Brad Maushart’s sense of humor and weather coverage for over four years. After a decade in TV broadcasting, the meteorologist is now stepping back. Brad Maushart is leaving WKRC-TV in April 2023 and the media industry altogether. Naturally, Local 12 News viewers want to know where Brad Maushart is going next. They also wonder if he will stay in Cincinnati and return to broadcasting soon. Read on to learn what Brad Maushart said about leaving WKRC Local 12 News.

Brad Maushart Stepping Away from Broadcast

Indiana native Brad Maushart attended Ball State University in Muncie and earned a BS in Operational Meteorology and Climatology and a minor in Emergency Management and Homeland Security in 2012. While in college, he was part of the Ball State Storm Chasing Team and ran a storm-chasing business of his own.

Maushart’s first job out of college was in Anchorage, Alaska. He was the meteorologist at Coastal Television Broadcasting Company LLC for over a year.

The meteorologist then joined WJTV 12 News in Jackson, Mississippi, where he spent the next three years as the morning weather anchor. From there, he relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio, for the first time in August 2016. He was a fill-in meteorologist at WCPO 9 News for only six months.

Maushart moved back to his native Indiana, doing the evening weathercasts at Indianapolis’ WISH-TV for two years. He returned to Cincinnati in 2018, but this time, joining the weather team at WKRC Local 12 News.

The meteorologist lives and breathes Cincinnati and is a diehard fan of the Reds, Bengals, and Cyclones. But on April 17, he announced on his official social media pages that he was stepping away from the station and his broadcasting career in the city he loves.

Yes, Brad Maushart is leaving WKRC-TV and the media business. He thanked everyone he’s met throughout his career, including the previous news stations he worked at. His last day on the air will be on Monday, April 24.

The meteorologist has yet to reveal what’s next for him. However, he did say that he’s looking forward to his “new adventure.”

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Brad Maushart’s not giving up on storm-chasing and informing on the weather. Instead, he will remain active on social media and give as many updates as possible.

Furthermore, he’s hoping his new schedule away from the hectic weathercast hours will allow him more time to do online weather updates. So don’t forget to follow Brad Maushart on social media for further updates.