Thursday, March 6, 2014

NBC Bay Area's Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri; Women Seem to Love His High Pressure Systems

 Jeff Ranieri is KNTV's, (NBC Bay Area), chief meteorologist and beyond possessing better than average weather-predicting reports, has quite a following among Bay Area TV viewers, particularly women who love his high pressure systems if you know what I mean.


Ranieri knows his stuff too; before joining KNTV,  he worked as a correspondent for NBC News & MSNBC and served as the Weekend Today Show meteorologist.


Some people take the weather for granted. Not Jeff. Take a look at his forecasts and see the lighter side of rain, mist and showers, which we've been getting a lot of lately --ain't that just splendid.




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17 comments:

  1. Who watches local television anymore? Who is this guy? Never seen him.

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    1. He was the unknown sixth member that was kicked out of "Queer Eye For a Straight Guy."

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    2. He was on KCRA 3 NBC in Sac years ago. Never was impressive, in fact many found him annoying.

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  2. Did anyone happen to see where Geoff Edwards died? I didn't know he was sick.

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  3. WOW! Rich, I don't know what women you're hearing from, but he would be one of those proverbial last men on earth for me. My gaydar alarm blares whenever I see him. Even his sometimes nasal tone and accent annoy me. And how about those cute little short, body-hugging suit jackets. Ugh to the max on the whole package.

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  4. Sandhya heats me up!

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  5. I prefer Rob Mayeda.

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    1. Me too...my gaydar says he is not!.....

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  6. Are you sure it is women that are hot about him? Usually weather "forecasters" are HOT women! Like Jackie Johnson! Beep Beep Beep. .. Gaydar...on...!

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  7. I thought Rich liked women? What's with the sausage fest?

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    1. I'm heterosexual--I hear they're making a comeback.

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    2. Lol Rich, you're the best man. Made me laugh.

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  8. I saw a report on KTVU tonight by Cristina Rendon where she let loose with a Spanish accent. What's up with that? Is she "going ethnic" like Ysabel Duron did? (You should see her early stuff at KRON. She sounded like Teresa Estacio--total California voice. Then she turned "serious" and became a "Latina" reporter. Job security.)

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    1. So annoying. Tell her to take that garbage to Univision. The best defense is a fence.

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  9. KTVU, KPIX, KGO,& KRON deliver so much more news about the South Bay than the North, or East Bay that we don't have to watch KNTV, imho. I thought honestly that was the whole reason that the NBC Affiliate moved to the South Bay, so that void would be covered?!

    But everyday San Jose/Santa Clara County led off the news broadcast...Meh....

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