Bill is a native of Boston who joined the WCJB TV20 team in 1996. He presents the weather at 5:30, 6:00 and 11:00 weeknights and oversees the WCJB TV20 weather staff and weather coverage.
Bill graduated from the University of Massachusetts and has a Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. Bill has been awarded Seals of Approval of both the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society.
"North Central Florida's climate and weather offer unique challenges in weather forecasting no matter what the season. The influence of the Gulf and the Atlantic always keeps you on your toes. From summertime storms
and hurricanes to dangerous winter freezes, people depend on you to provide up-to-date and accurate forecasts for every weather event," Bill says.
In his spare time Bill enjoys kayaking, snorkeling and playing golf.
Email for Bill Quinlan: email@example.com
Twitter for Bill Quinlan: @wcjbweather
Storms pushing offshore into the Gulf. Quiet overnight but another round of storms possible PM Wednesday. http://t.co/50BrrFqmrF2 hours 41 min ago
Sig Wx Advisory for SE Alachau and N Marion Co. until 3:35 PM. Watch for small hail and damaging winds. http://t.co/55sYthsp9v5 hours 37 min ago
Showers & t-storms, mostly east of I-75, now moving west. A few strong storms possible today. http://t.co/r9q29euIaH7 hours 1 min ago
Slow moving showers & t-storms developing now...mainly well to the south and east of Gainesville. http://t.co/WkQ0LzCioC8 hours 16 sec ago
Patchy dense fog early. Sun & some scattered storms this afternoon. More on News @ Noon. http://t.co/2LOWVewqvX12 hours 59 min ago
A bit cooler this morning. Some areas of patchy dense fog forming. More on Morning Edition! http://t.co/DaiC5FPUyO15 hours 5 min ago
Severe threat has diminished but a few areas of heavy rain and dangerous lightning all across NCFL. http://t.co/tPGHsvsjoN1 day 1 hour ago
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