Tony Auden

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Tony Auden
Born
OccupationMeteorologist
Spouse(s)Alicia Auden
Websiteprofile

Anthony "Tony" Auden is an Australian meteorologist.

Tony Auden is currently weather presenter on Seven News Brisbane.

Career[edit]

Auden studied a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Meteorology and Mathematics at Monash University. Tony later gained employment with the Bureau of Meteorology and completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Meteorology at the head office in Melbourne.[1]

In January 2005, Tony moved to Brisbane and joined the Bureau of Meteorology. Auden has extensive experience in weather having covered Cyclone Yasi, The Gap's severe thunderstorm in 2008, bushfires, floods, dangerous surf and tide events, dust storms and heat waves.[2]

In December 2013, Auden joined Seven News Brisbane as weather presenter replacing John Schluter,[3] he also presents weather updates on The Daily Edition, The Latest: Seven News, and has on occasions appeared on Sunrise.

References[edit]

Media offices
Preceded by
John Schluter
Seven News Brisbane
Weather presenter

December 2013–
Succeeded by
Incumbent