See WYFF 4 Chief Meteorologist Chris Justus' Cute Family Photo as His Wishes Fans Happy Easter
WYFF Chief Meteorologist Chris Justus shared an adorable snap on his Facebook of his family posing for a lovely Easter Sunday shoot while wishing fans a happy Easter.
Chris Justus and his sweet family joined the millions of people worldwide to celebrate Easter Sunday and spread the love around, but he did his with a cute picture of his family.
Justus, the WYFF chief meteorologist, shared an adorable picture of his family, including his wife and their two sons, who posed in matching shirts. He captioned the post, "Happy Easter from the Justus family!"
Justus, aside from his role as a meteorologist, is also famous for his strong adherence to his faith. After seeing his post, his faithful fans returned his kind wishes with several goodwill messages of their own.
Some fans who wished him a happy Easter also took the time to flatter his family, calling them gorgeous. One of his followers cutely described Justus as an inspiration.
The weatherman was amongst the many celebrities to celebrate this year's spring holiday with their fans after celebrations were paused last year due to the pandemic's devastating effect.
Easter for Gigi Hadid was special for many reasons especially being her daughter Khai's first. The model marked the milestone with a cute photo of her bunny outfit.
His friends and followers would be pleased to hear that.
For Brittany Spears and her boyfriend Sam Asghari, Easter meant another day to bond in the gym and keep fit. At the same time, for "The Bachelorette" star Tayshia Adams and her fiancé Zac Clark, they enjoyed their first Easter as a couple.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and his star wife Ciara, known for their religious adherence, shared a cute video of their family wishing their fans a happy Easter alongside some words of prayer.
Quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara attend the 2015 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater in LA, California on July 15, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images
As for Justus, his love for weather observation and forecasting has endeared him to the hearts of his fans, alongside his passion for impacting the lives of others.
Justus' passion was clearly seen when he stayed on-air forecasting for eight hours amid a record 24 tornadoes that ravaged his city. The tornadoes have been described as the largest tornado outbreak in Middle Tennessee history.
Justus has gained a reputation as a trusted source for weather in the Carolinas and northeast Georgia. During his early days at WYFF News 4, he became the first meteorologist to broadcast weather events live on Facebook and TV.
Now enjoying his new role with his family comfortable in their home, Justus revealed that he hopes to stay in the upstate for a long time. His friends and followers would be pleased to hear that.