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First Alert Meteorologist Robb Ellis trades hurricanes for snow

After four years with WECT, First Alert Meteorologist Robb Ellis is trading in hurricanes and the beach for snow and colder weather.

Robb will be heading to Indianapolis where he will take on the evening weather responsibilities for WISH-TV, the local CBS affiliate.

"I'm excited for a new adventure," Robb said. "It's been an amazing four years here in Wilmington, and it is truly the best job I've ever worked."

Robb's last day with WECT will be Wednesday, Feb. 27.

Click here to see what some of his colleagues had to say about Robb.

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