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Looking back: Joe Denardo

| Friday, June 15, 2018, 9:36 a.m.
Joe DeNardo sits for a portrait on Oct. 11, 2005.
Keith Hodan
Joe DeNardo sits for a portrait on Oct. 11, 2005.
WTAE weather forecaster Joe Denardo at the station Thursday, March 8, 2001.
WTAE weather forecaster Joe Denardo at the station Thursday, March 8, 2001.
WTAE chief meteorologist, Joe DeNardo and Sally Wiggin talk on the air on Nov. 16, 1998  for the first time since DeNardo's return after time off due to  cancer.
WTAE chief meteorologist, Joe DeNardo and Sally Wiggin talk on the air on Nov. 16, 1998 for the first time since DeNardo's return after time off due to cancer.
Joe DeNardo sits for a portrait on Oct. 11, 2005.
Keith Hodan
Joe DeNardo sits for a portrait on Oct. 11, 2005.
Joe DeNardo with sons Doug
Joe DeNardo with sons Doug
Joe DeNardo sits for a portrait on Oct. 11, 2005.
Keith Hodan
Joe DeNardo sits for a portrait on Oct. 11, 2005.
Joe DeNardo stands for a portrait on Oct. 11, 2005.
Keith Hodan
Joe DeNardo stands for a portrait on Oct. 11, 2005.
Joe Denardo
Joe Denardo
Joe DeNardo, WTAE's chief meteorologist until his retirement in 2004, poses for a portrait inside his house in Moon Township next to a meteorology website on Friday, July 28, 2006. DeNardo had lung cancer in 1998.
Joe DeNardo, WTAE's chief meteorologist until his retirement in 2004, poses for a portrait inside his house in Moon Township next to a meteorology website on Friday, July 28, 2006. DeNardo had lung cancer in 1998.
WTAE chief meteorologist, Joe DeNardo gets ready to go on the air for the first time since DeNardo's return after time off due to cancer.
WTAE chief meteorologist, Joe DeNardo gets ready to go on the air for the first time since DeNardo's return after time off due to cancer.

Legendary WTAE-TVs weather forecaster Joe DeNardo, who Western Pennsylvanians grew to love, passed away on Friday, June 15, 2018. He was 87. Here is a look back the beloved local weatherman also know for his tireless support of Project Bundle-Up auction and telethon.

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