Meteorologist Nash C. Roberts Jr., hailed during a 50-year broadcast career for his accuracy in predicting the tracks of Gulf Coast hurricanes, has died at age 92.
WWL-TV interim News Director Mike Hoss said Roberts died Sunday. Details were not released and funeral arrangements were pending Monday.
Roberts had been a meteorologist in the Navy during World War II and opened a consulting firm in 1946, according to WWL. He signed on to do weather broadcasts with WDSU television in 1951.
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