Steve Stewart
Steve joined ABC11 in the Spring of 2006. He does the station's weekend morning shows and is responsible for the weather graphics here at the station.

Steve started his career when he was just 19 years old at KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado. After a stop in Sioux Falls, Denver and Colorado Springs, Steve became the Chief Meteorologist at KEYT-TV(ABC) in Santa Barbara, California in August of 1995. There he met his wife Debbie and had two children... Steven & Emma. While in Santa Barbara, Steve was awarded with 4 Golden Globes, 3 AP awards and 2 RTNDA awards for Best Meteorologist.

Since moving to Raleigh in 2004, the Stewarts added one more to the family. Joey was born on October 24th, 2005 at Rex Hospital.

Steve has been awarded the AMS Seal of Approval and is well known in the TV meteorology community as the best weather graphics person in the nation. He also used to be a professional comedian in Denver while he was finishing Meteorology school.

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We're in for a big change from last week's Polar Vortex with temperatures reaching the mid-70s this week.
Cold rain made its way through parts of central North Carolina on Saturday but clouds will linger.
New Year's Eve will be much warmer than normal with temps in the low 60s through the evening with a 30 to 40 percent chance of some light showers.
As the winter wears on, you'll start to notice more potholes in our streets and highways.
The two major types of precipitation we get in the winter are snow and sleet.