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Sun Sets on St. Louis Weatherman's Long Career

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Sun Sets on St. Louis Weatherman's Long Career

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Sun Sets on St. Louis Weatherman's Long Career

Sun Sets on St. Louis Weatherman's Long Career

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After 35 unpaid years on St. Louis public radio, KWMU meteorologist Ben Abell is retiring. Those years have featured succinct and thoughtful forecasts from the professor of meteorology at St. Louis University. Last year, he was named to the St. Louis Radio Hall of Fame. He talks about his career with Melissa Block.

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