Meteorologist Drew Anderson is a lifelong resident of West Chester–a community apart of our Congressional district for a long time. That is, until redistricting this decade.
Sure, he lives in Chester County, but Meteorologist Drew Anderson is deeply rooted in Lancaster County.
He was in Lancaster County all the time growing up, including when he was a baby.
His mom always reminds him how he’d count all the cornfields on the countless trips to Dutch Wonderland.
He also remembers watching WGAL growing up. In fact, he can picture Kim Lemon on their portable “rabbit ears” TV set. He also loved watching Brain Busters on the weekends while in high school. Until the 2008 digital transition, Meteorologist Drew Anderson and his family got WGAL over the air. Because he grew up watching WGAL, he really wanted to intern there. Chief Meteorologist Joe Calhoun gave him that opportunity in 2008. After that, the rest is history.
Meteorologists Drew Anderson also has a long history with Smilebuilderz. Over a decade ago, he was their first patient. Back then, the office had about a dozen employees. Now, the offices have over 300 employees. Drew says it has been incredible to watch Dr. Skiadas serve the community and grow his business all these years.
Speaking of businesses, we’ll tell you a secret: most of Meteorologist Drew Anderson’s suits have come from the Boscov’s in Park City. Just ask the employees in the suit section–they all know him.
From Park City to the Outlets, Meteorologist Drew Anderson sure knows that stretch of Route 30 well.
For nearly a decade, he has been driving across the county to work at WGAL News 8 or to report for FOX43 WPMT.
Check out some of the the reports he has done in Lancaster County over the years:
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