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Here's a little about me and my extraordinary passion for weather.
A New Jersey native, I've been interested in weather as long as I can remember. Perhaps my favorite memory goes back to the Blizzard of 1996, when I was up through all hours of the night taking hourly snow measurements- this was at Age 9. Research projects always included tornadoes and blizzards, with my favorite channel being of course, The Weather Channel.
I took my passion to the next step when I entered the college of Earth & Mineral Sciences at The Pennsylvania State University. Throughout my college career, I had several internships - most notably, WCBS-TV in New York City during Summer 2006. In addition, I interned at NBC40 in Atlantic City, NJ during Summer 2007 and was active in Penn State's Campus Weather Service throughout all four years of college.
I began my on-air career at WHSV-TV 3 in Harrisonburg, Virginia shortly after graduation. Though I began as a weekend meteorologist and weekday reporter, I was promoted to morning meteorologist just over a year into my time at WHSV. In September 2010, not only was I now managing the entire WHSV weather department, but I also became the 449th sealholder of the highly coveted CBM seal.
My love of winter and snowstorms led me to WMTW News 8 in Portland, Maine in August 2011. This position is the best of both worlds – being an in-studio meteorologist on weekends and reporting the weather out in the field 3 days a week. My New England life started with a bang – less than two weeks on the job, an earthquake rattled the east coast and Hurricane Irene set her sights on New England. The highlight of my career at WMTW thus far has to be reporting on Hurricane Sandy from York Beach in October 2012. Even though landfall was 400 miles away, dangerous conditions stretched all the way up the Maine coastline. It’s a storm every meteorologist will look back on for years to come.
Between snowstorms and tropical storms, my experiences in the Shenandoah Valley and New England continue to enhance my forecasting skills, as there are few phenomena I have not encountered. I’m excited to see where my career takes me next – though it will be pretty hard to get me out of New England and off the ski slopes.