Nick is a weather nerd to the core. He graduated from Oregon State University n 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science with an emphasis in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. In 2010, he decided that he wanted to pair his love of journalism with his passion for weather. So, he enrolled at Syracuse University to earn his Masters of Science in Broadcast & Digital Journalism.
After forecasting for media outlets in Syracuse, New York and Amarillo, Texas he is now in Hattiesburg, Mississippi where he works as the Chief Meteorologist for a local television station and works part time as an Adjunct Professor teaching a course in meteorology.
I know during the show today, I mentioned a chance for 1” to 4” of snow across the high plains next Tuesday. So how did I come to that conclusion? How does it breakdown? Let’s take a look! In order for the panhandles to get a good shot at significant snowfall, we need a few things to happen. And the… Read more →
Boy did life get interesting in the past 24 hours! We are tracking a handful of different events in the Wether Center this morning. First is the opportunity for showers and thunderstorms ahead of the next system that arrives on Saturday. As it looks right now, we will only need to worry about strong storms. As you can see from… Read more →
Outside of a beautiful day today, the panhandles will be in the grasp of a relatively active weather pattern over the next 7-10 days. We’ve got a chance to see thunderstorms, regular rain and some light snow showers between now and next Thursday. Our first bout with thunderstorms will be in some of our southeastern counties tomorrow. The CAPE values are measuring between 200… Read more →