Jim Giles retires after 25 years as KOTV meteorologist

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Tomorrow night is Giles' last weathercast after a quarter-century at 3rd & Frankfort.

25 years? I could swear I was watching King Lionel trade barbs with Ken Broo just a couple of weeks ago.

On tonight's 6 p.m. show, Giles recalled covering the 1991 Oologah tornado, the first time they used the computer that converted Giles' info on location, speed, and direction of a tornado and turned it into a timetable, showing arrival times at towns in the twister's path.

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Brian said:

That is hard to believe about Jim Giles. It seems like he's been there my entire life!

Have a happy Thanksgiving Michael.

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