Wednesday, September 2, 2015

There's a bride in "Hurricane" Schwartz's forecast

Congrats to NBC 10 meteorologist Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz who was engaged to Bucks County's Christie Wood on Christmas morning. Schwartz, 56, gave Wood, 40, a school guidance counselor, a ring along with her other Christmas presents. The pair met on Match.com earlier this year. Schwartz has been separated from first wife Wynette since summer 2006. The weatherman says the happy couple has yet to set any wedding plans. UPDATE: Oops, should have been more specific. Schwartz and Wynette were divorced in late 2006.

There's a bride in "Hurricane" Schwartz's forecast

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Congrats to NBC 10 meteorologist Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz who was engaged to Bucks County's Christie Wood on Christmas morning. Schwartz, 56, gave Wood, 40, a school guidance counselor, a ring along with her other Christmas presents. The pair met on Match.com earlier this year. Schwartz has been separated from first wife Wynette since summer 2006. The weatherman says the happy couple has yet to set any wedding plans. UPDATE: Oops, should have been more specific. Schwartz and Wynette were divorced in late 2006.

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