Bob Nunnally has been a well-known personality in Central Ohio for more than 25 years in TV and radio. In 2022, he took time away from his daily weather duties to valiantly fight cancer and is grateful for the hundreds of well-wishes he has received from throughout the community. You can leave a comment for Bob on NBC4’s Facebook Page.
Bob, who is a member of the National Weather Association, received the certificate of broadcast meteorology from Mississippi State University, after extensive course work and a training workshop in Birmingham, Ala.
Bob broadcasts live weather and broadcasts from many Central Ohio events throughout the year. Before becoming a full-time employee at NBC4, he was the first 10 O’Clock weathercaster in Columbus on the WB 53 Ten O’Clock News from 1994 until the newscast ended in 1997. Before that, he was a substitute weathercaster for NBC4.
Nunnally was the afternoon personality at Sunny 95 (WSNY-FM) radio for 14 years beginning in 1983. He also served as station assistant program director and music director at various times. He served in the same capacity from 1977 until 1983 at WNCI, where he also co-hosted a public affairs program entitled “FYI: Columbus,” which spotlighted community events and organizations.
Nunnally has served on the boards of Life Care Alliance, the North Columbus YMCA and the Arthritis Foundation, who honored him for hosting their telethon, the Jingle Bell Run and various other projects throughout the years.
He has hosted events for SERTOMA, MDA, the Heart Association, The Cancer Society, The Columbus Zoo, CODA, The Central Ohio Lung Association, Very Special Arts, United Cerebral Palsy, The Children’s Hospital Foundation and others.
Bob enjoys going out to elementary schools and talking to the students about staying in school and weather. He also enjoys going to D.A.R.E. functions and graduations.
Nunnally, whose hometown is Marion, resides in Westerville. He is a passionate animal lover and works hard to help shelter and rescue pets find forever homes.