Julian Seawright joined Wyoming News Now in August of 2019 as a reporter and weekend weather anchor.
An East Coast Native, Julian was born and raised in Gaithersburg, Maryland, where he lived until he graduated high school. He attended college at The Pennsylvania State University, where he majored in Broadcast Journalism and has a minor in Political Science and Meteorology.
While in school, during Julian’s Junior year, he joined PSNNews and CommRadio where he was a reporter and on-air personality for two semesters. He took to Social Media to provide weather reports for the people of State College in the morning Monday through Friday. His favorite weather events are Hurricane’s and winter storms.
Julian first became interested in weather when he was young experiencing a mild hurricane in his hometown. He was fascinated with the strength of the winds paired with heavy rainfall, and as he went to high school, he started following Meteorologists such as Doug Kammerer who was an inspiration for his pursuit to be a TV Meteorologist.
Aside from weather, Julian has a strong passion for sports. Playing Football, Lacrosse and Recreational basketball in high school and even running Cross Country in College. He is also an avid fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the New York Yankees, and Lebron James.
Julian likes spending time with friends and family and tends to be the life off the party. His favorite season is Spring but has a mutual respect and love for the fall. Furthermore, Julian is quite the artist, with the ability to play three instruments and the talent to sing. He has been playing Piano since he was seven, clarinet since he was eight, and drums at the age of 10. He also sang two years at Penn State’s Greek Sing.
His easygoing and happy go-lucky attitude helped pave the way for him to become a broadcaster along with the ability to resonate and connect with people while reporting. He strives every day to be the best that he can while approaching each moment and opportunity ready to take on any challenge that comes his way.