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Lindsay Logue Makes Her Tampa Debut

logue wftsWhen Lindsay Logue left Fort Myers NBC affiliate WBBH earlier this month, she told viewers it was to spend more time with her family.

Yesterday, she was introduced as the new morning traffic reporter on Tampa ABC affiliate WFTS.

Under the picture featured (Logue is second from right), she wrote on her facebook page, “So excited for my Tampa debut! I’m thrilled to be joining this amazing team at ABC Action News – WFTS/TV. #UpWithABC — with Dan ShafferDeiah Riley and Shay Ryan.”

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Meteorologist Shay Ryan Joins WFTS From WNYW

Meteorologist Shay Ryan is joining WFTS, the ABC-affiliate in Tampa, next month.

Ryan, a Florida native, joins WFTS from WNYW in New York City. She will begin as the station’s morning meteorologist on August 13.

“Shay’s weather knowledge, combined with her great television and online skills, make her a perfect fit to forecast our unique weather patterns here in the Bay area and help people get started with their day,” general manager Rich Pegram said in a statement.

VIDEO: WNYW Weather Forecast Goes Dark

As meteorologist Audrey Puente was charting a warm front moving towards the New York area, an unexpected blackout hit her weather forecast.

Puente, the chief meteorologist at WWOR, was filling in for Shay Ryan on sister station WNYW when the lights went out during the Fox O&O’s Sunday evening newscast.

“Sorry about that guys, it looks like we’re having some technical difficulties,” anchor Christina Park said, after several seconds of darkness.