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Hello everyone, I'm Todd Demers.

I grew up in Florida and have always had an interest in weather. My start in broadcasting came while I was a senior in high school when I worked at a number of radio stations in Jacksonville.

While attending the University of Central Florida in Orlando, I worked at more radio stations and for a short time at Walt Disney World.

My first job in television was with a station in Orlando, where I anchored overnight news and weather and helped produce a morning show.

I arrived at News Channel 3 in April of 1986! I've been on the News Channel 3 Daybreak program since it first hit the air and also forecast for News Channel 3 at noon. This year marks 27 years at News Channel 3!

I now live on a few acres in DeSoto county, otherwise known as "out in the country!"

In my spare time, I enjoy, swimming, going to the park and visiting the Great Smokey Mountains in the fall.

What I like most about the Mid-South, the parks, along with the ability to get away from it all but not having to travel too far to do that. Of all the festivals here in the Mid-South, I have to admit Memphis in May has always had a special place in my heart, with the Barbecue festival taking center stage.

Thank you for welcoming me into your home, and thank you for the kind words when we meet in public.


Recent Articles
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    Winter Storm Watch Friday

    We are watching closely Friday especially

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    Winter Storm Watch Now Includes Memphis

    Cooler conditions with increasing chances for rain/snow Thursday night into early Friday morning

  • How Much Snow Will You Get Today?

    As temperatures drop Friday afternoon into the evening hours, rain could possibly mix with or change over to snow

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    Severe Weather Possible Tonight Across the Mid-South

    Strong winds, heavy rain, hail and isolated tornadoes are possible

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  • Six MCS Schools to be Managed Through State Six MCS Schools to be Managed Through State

    (Memphis, TN 2/27/12) Six Memphis City Schools will either be taken over by the state, or be working side by side with charter schools. Up to this point, the state and MCS have co-managed four schools: Frayser High School, Hamilton High School, Northside High School and Raleigh Egypt Middle School. But today’s announcement focused on six elementary and middle schools, with the idea that starting when they’re young may mean a better chance for success. “To transform a high school, […]

  • Forecast 2/17

    Friday, February 17th, 2012 Partly Sunny skies this afternoon, with highs nearing 60. Cahce for rain overnight, lows in the lower 40’s, Mid 50’s Saturday, becoming windy with showers late. Slight chance for snowflakes overnight, midnight to 6am Sunday morning, no accumulation, clearing and cooler for Sunday and Monday. Todd Demers, Daybreak/Noon

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