Linda Church

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Linda Church
Born (1960-06-12) June 12, 1960 (ageĀ 58)
Education University of Florida
University of New Haven
Occupation Meteorologist
Spouse(s) Jim Dolan (separated)
Children Colleen Dolan, Paul Dolan

Linda Church (born June 12, 1960) was the morning weather anchor for the WPIX (New York) PIX11, formerly WB11 & CW11, Morning News since its debut in June 2000.

Church was the WPIX weekend weather anchor from 1990 to 1996. From 1987 to 1990 Church worked for WNBC (New York). Church was the noon weather anchor at WCBS (New York). Church also co-hosted the show "Summer Fun for Kids" with former WPIX colleague Mat Garcia in June 2003 and with Craig Treadway in July 2007.

Early career

Church began her career in Gainesville, Florida, and went on to work for stations in Cleveland, New Haven, and Charleston.


On January 20, 2017, Church posted the announcement on her Facebook page that she will be retiring in about a week.[1]



Church attended the University of Florida as an undergraduate and the University of New Haven for graduate studies. She has a seal from the American Meteorological Society.[citation needed]


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External links

  • Church's bio at CW11
  • Church's Facebook Page

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