As the chief meteorologist for WUSA 9 News, Topper Shutt appears every weekday at 5, 6, 7, and 11 pm newscasts.
Moreover, he can also be seen throughout the day and night, during some significant weather taking place in Washington, District Of Columbia.
Besides his job as a television news personality, the local's 'favorite weathercaster' often speaks his expertise on meteorology at schools, rotary clubs, and also appears as emcee at a great many charitable functions.
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Topper celebrates his birthday every year on the 28th of July.
Lucky for him, Topper grew up alongside the best father one could ask for. Of everything, Topper still cannot thank his father, Charles Edward Shutt, enough for installing in him a "great work ethic, a sense of humor, and love of golf."
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His father, by profession, is a director of production and operations for King Features, a division of the Hearst Corporation in New York.
Topper Shutt's Married Life With Wife
The day, 3rd of August, every year marks the wedding anniversary of Topper and Alison Marie Brennan, and now Alison Shutt- who, according to Topper, is the best wife and also the best mother to their three daughters.
Topper Shutt with his wife, Alison Shutt, and daughters, Claire Shutt, Molly Shutt, Caroline Shutt on 22 May 2018 (Photo: Topper Shutt's Instagram)
It was apparent from the moment captured in a frame at the time, just how excited and proud the Shutt-family felt about Caroline's academic accomplishments.
Weather reporting is not something Topper does, just because it provides for his elite lifestyle, but it is instead a passion for him.
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Surprising as it may sound, he has been weather forecasting ever since he was in the fifth grade.
And so following the intuition, he went for a degree in Meteorology at the University of Tennessee and the University of North Carolina.
Starting his first broadcasting job as a weather producer and substitute weather anchor for CNN in Atlanta from 1981 to 1984, Topper eventually earned the American Meteorological Society's Seal of Approval for both television and radio in 1988.