Tulsa's Channel 8 Chief Meteorologist Frank Mitchell will give his final forecast on Tulsa's Channel 8 tonight.
Mitchell announced last month that he is leaving television to pursue a career as financial adviser. He will say goodbye and thank to viewers during Tulsa's Channel 8 at 10 tonight.
The career change will allow him to spend more time with his family.
"I have been working evenings at Channel 8 for seven years and in television for over twenty years," Mitchell said. "As anyone that works evenings can tell you, it can be hard to take on that shift with a family at home. I really look forward to being more involved with my kids' activities, maybe even coaching a little baseball."
Also announced today, Meteorologist Mike Collier will be moving to weekend evenings.
Andrew Kozak will assume Collier's position on Good Morning Oklahoma and Good Day Tulsa.
A new chief meteorologist will be named later this month.
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