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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.

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  1. Alan Clark
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    I have a brother that lives in the small SW Missouri town of Seneca. The front that is heading our way dropped copious amounts of rain and turned the Main Street into a raging river. My nephew and his family were stranded in their home and there have been over 100 water rescues this afternoon and it is still raining. The Fire Chief has lived there for 50 years and has never seen this much water. The pictures on Facebook showed the flooding downtown. They said that the only thing close to this was the rain they got when the tornado hit Joplin, 17 miles to the north. Looks like we need to be prepared! One good note is that it will hopefully fill my pond back up. But in recent times the large amounts of rain did not materialize from the forecast. Stay safe!

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