Len Randolph joined KSL Television in March 1986. He is currently the meteorologist and weather anchor of Eyewitness News at Noon and Eyewitness News at 6:30.
Len grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He received his Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the University of Utah in 1972. After graduation, he spent the next 12 years flying for the U.S. Navy, logging 6,000 hours of flight time and over 400 aircraft carrier landings to his credit. Len was also a guest instructor in the Navy's TOP GUN program. He has tested and evaluated electronic systems and has flown worldwide observing every condition imaginable in many diverse climates and regions.
Before returning to Salt Lake City, Len was affiliated with major television stations in San Antonio, Texas, and Norfolk, Virginia.
After spending a great
deal of time traveling back and forth to Utah for the hunts, skiing, the
Fourth of July, and trips to Lake Powell, he was very excited to have
the opportunity to move back and also to be closer to his wife's family.
Len and M'Recia have two beautiful children.