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In 2012, Bolaris' girlfriend allegedly hijacked his Twitter account and promised to send nude pictures of herself to his followers.
She also claimed that sex between the two of them was "great." John later tweeted that the incident had happened because his girlfriend "had a little party on Twitter last night" and that he loved her.
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John Bolaris (born June 27, 1957) is an American meteorologist.
After a short time at News 12 Long Island, he worked at WCBS in New York from 1987 to 1990.
While at WCAU in Philadelphia from 1990 to 2003, he gained notoriety for predicting a 2001 "Storm of the Century" that was much less severe than his predictions. From 2008 to 2011, he was chief meteorologist for WTXF-TV in Philadelphia. Bolaris started his career in 1982 at Metro Weather Service where he worked as a syndicated meteorologist until 1987, when he joined News 12 Long Island.
He has an associate's degree in applied science from Suffolk County Community College and studied meteorology at the U. Later that year, he was hired by WCBS to be their weekend meteorologist and stayed there until 1990.
Bolaris was a contributor to Philly.com, writing his final article on April 28, 2015. Weather Savior® was created to cover weather events 24/7 but specializes in covering storms. Bolaris has one daughter, Reina Sofia with Tiffany Mc Elroy formerly of New York station WPIX, who worked with Bolaris in Philadelphia at WCAU.
Here’s what he wrote in his introduction to his inaugural dating advice column: I was always looking for that someone so special.
You know, “This is the one, I just know it” and then three weeks later you’re downing a few cocktails with buddies and thinking, “What was I thinking?
Bolaris was later phased out from WCAU and rejoined New York's WCBS Channel 2 for a second stint from 2002-2008.
He would be replaced at channel 2 with Lonnie Quinn. Bolaris then returned to WCBS as its chief meteorologist.