Storm Chasing Video
Severe Season Kickoff
Similarly to 2013, the start of 2014 has been off to a relatively slow start in terms of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. Through the end of March, there were only 70 tornadoes reported across the U.S....
Snowfall Totals for 2013-14 (Updated)
Here's an updated look at snowfall totals for the winter of 2013-14. These totals include snow that fell this morning. There was a narrow area along I-91 that picked up anywhere from 1 to 3 and locally...
Saint Dominic School Visit
I visited Saint Dominic School in Southington on Monday for WXedge Academy. Students from grades K through 5 braved unseasonably cold conditions to talk with me about News 8's Mobile Weather Lab,...
WXedge 2014 Meet & Greet
We had our annual WXedge Meet & Greet last Friday and it was a great event. There was a big turnout with about 80 WXedge Contributors, friends and family members joining us at News 8. After introducing...
St. John's School: Weather Lab Visit
I visited St. John's School in Old Saybrook, Conn. earlier today. The students are participating in Spirit Week and had a career fair yesterday. Today we talked about my job as a meteorologist, how we...
April Temperature, T-Storm Outlook
The colder than average pattern may persist into April across the Northeast. Connecticut highlights:-Temperatures are forecast to be slightly below to near average for April 2014. -There could be...
Photos: YMCA of Greenwich
I visited the YMCA of Greenwich today to speak with students who are learning about weather in an after school program. The students already know a lot about weather, as some of them knew about weather...
Weather Lab at WCSU Bridge Program
Meteorologist Sam Kantrow and I visited the Bridge Program at Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) yesterday with News 8's Mobile Weather Lab. Middle school students in the Bridge Program are learning...
DST: Computer Models One Hour Later
Since daylight saving time has begun, computer model data comes out one hour later. If you've ever heard the term UTC or Z attached to numbers (like 00z) and didn't understand what that meant, hopefully...