Recognized on appropriately rainy day


Jeffrey McCulla of St. Paris has been providing precipitation data to the National Weather Service for 35 years. On Thursday, the NWS visited the village to give him a plaque of appreciation. Posing for a photo despite precipitation are, from left, Meteorologist Ashley Novak of the NWS in Wilmington, McCulla and his wife, Leta McCulla.

Jeffrey McCulla of St. Paris has been providing precipitation data to the National Weather Service for 35 years. On Thursday, the NWS visited the village to give him a plaque of appreciation. Posing for a photo despite precipitation are, from left, Meteorologist Ashley Novak of the NWS in Wilmington, McCulla and his wife, Leta McCulla.


Photo courtesy of Hydrometeorological Technician James Gibson, National Weather Service, Wilmington

Jeffrey McCulla of St. Paris has been providing precipitation data to the National Weather Service for 35 years. On Thursday, the NWS visited the village to give him a plaque of appreciation. Posing for a photo despite precipitation are, from left, Meteorologist Ashley Novak of the NWS in Wilmington, McCulla and his wife, Leta McCulla.

Jeffrey McCulla of St. Paris has been providing precipitation data to the National Weather Service for 35 years. On Thursday, the NWS visited the village to give him a plaque of appreciation. Posing for a photo despite precipitation are, from left, Meteorologist Ashley Novak of the NWS in Wilmington, McCulla and his wife, Leta McCulla.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/05/web1_35-McCulla.jpegJeffrey McCulla of St. Paris has been providing precipitation data to the National Weather Service for 35 years. On Thursday, the NWS visited the village to give him a plaque of appreciation. Posing for a photo despite precipitation are, from left, Meteorologist Ashley Novak of the NWS in Wilmington, McCulla and his wife, Leta McCulla. Photo courtesy of Hydrometeorological Technician James Gibson, National Weather Service, Wilmington