Greetings, everyone! I’m the Weekend Meteorologist at WPMT FOX43. I’ve loved everything involving the wonders and whys of weather since age 10.

My love for weather led me to Penn State, where I graduated with a bachelor’s degree back in 2009. I spent my first three years after college in Binghamton, NY at two television stations. I worked at Fox40 WICZ-TV for about a year, and then I worked an additional two years at WBNG-TV. The weather I forecasted during my time along the Twin Tiers satisfied the weather nerd inside of me. I forecasted lake effect snow, severe weather, snow storms, and more!

I’m excited to be back in Pennsylvania! I grew up in a small suburb just outside Philadelphia, so I’m thrilled to be closer to home and family. During my spare time, I enjoy taking weather related photos or videos, and then I share them with others! Weather isn’t my only interest—I love to read, work out, taste craft beers, and cook. Cooking is my favorite way to occupy my free time, and my specialty is Italian! I also enjoy football and baseball. I’m always cheering on the Phillies, Eagles, and Penn State Nittany Lions!

If you have any questions, I’m more than happy to hear from you! Be sure to shoot me an e-mail (, or find me on Facebook and Twitter to share in my weather fun!

Recent Articles
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    Early shower possible, then a much warmer Wednesday afternoon

        WARMTH RETURNS: Temperatures turn warmer once again from the middle to the end of the week. A few morning showers are possible Wednesday, otherwise expect mostly cloudy skies to begin the day. Readings are a bit milder, in the middle 30s to lower 40s. Clouds give way to more sunshine during the afternoon. Readings are much warmer as well. Afternoon highs are in the lower to middle 60s. There’s a light south wind at times. Thursday is even […]

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    More clouds Tuesday, but temperatures remain in the 50s

        MORE CLOUDS: Temperatures on this Tuesday are beginning much chillier, but clouds are moving into the region. Readings are in the upper 20s to middle 30s with a light to calm wind. Clouds remain abundant through the afternoon, but that does not prevent another mild day. Afternoon temperatures reach the 50s once more. The overnight period remains on the cloudier side as a weak system approaches. It’s a mild night, with readings in the middle 30s to lower […]

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    Plenty of sunshine Monday, but not as warm to start the week

        NOT AS MILD: Temperatures come down a touch to start the new work week, but it’s still on the mild side. Monday morning is quiet with light winds. Temperatures are cooler than Sunday morning, with readings in the upper 30s to middle 40s. There’s plenty of sunshine that carries through for the afternoon. A backdoor cold front slipping in from the north drops afternoon readings into the 50s, but this is still quite mild for this time in […]

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    Milder Friday, then significant warming for the weekend

        TURNING MILDER: After a cold start Friday morning, significant warming arrives through the weekend. Under mostly clear skies and light winds, temperatures begin in the upper teens to middle 20s. Readings spike quickly after sunrise with plenty of sunshine. By the afternoon, expect lower to middle 40s. Wind are quiet, so wind chill factor is not much of a concern. There’s some passing clouds from time to time, but expect plenty of sunshine nonetheless. All is quiet for […]

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    Cold for Thursday before significant warming through the weekend

        BRIEF COLD SHOT OF AIR: The coldest day of the week has arrived, and the breezes remain in place. Temperatures begin in the 20s to lower 30s Thursday morning, and with that bit of a breeze remaining, expect wind chill values in the teens at times. Skies are partly sunny for the afternoon, readings in the lower to middle 30s. It’s breezy with more flurries. Wind chill values feel like the 20s during the afternoon. The cold air […]

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    Mild again Wednesday, but breezy with plenty of clouds

        TURNING COLDER: A shot of cold air approaches for the middle of the week. It’s not as cold to start Wednesday, with plenty of clouds. Temperatures are in the upper 20s to middle 30s. A system crosses through, and it could bring a few rain or snow showers near daybreak. The best chance is to the west and northwest of Harrisburg. The afternoon is still a bit on the mild side for this time of year. It’s mostly […]

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    Milder for Valentine’s Day, and still a bit of a breeze

        MILDER/LESS BREEZY TUESDAY: The winds continue to slowly ease on this Tuesday morning, becoming quiet by daybreak. Expect cloudier intervals at times Temperatures begin in the 20s under partly cloudy skies, so it’s a colder start than Monday morning. The rest of the day is quiet, but milder. There’s sunshine mixed with some clouds during the afternoon. Expect milder readings in the middle to upper 40s with a bit of a southwest breeze. The overnight period brings added […]

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    Gusty and chillier Monday ahead

        GUSTY & CHILLIER MONDAY: It’s a gusty start to the new work week as chillier air pours into the region. A Wind Advisory is in effect for the entire region until 5 P.M. Wind gusts anywhere from 30 to 40 miles per hour this morning make wind chills values feel like the teens and 20s! Bundle up, and be ready to have two hands on the steering wheel on this Monday morning. The winds remain quite gusty through […]

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    Snow ends by mid morning, then cold and blustery with a few snow squalls Thursday

        SNOW AND COLD: A heavy, wet snow quickly moves through for the morning hours as colder air slides into the region. Initially, there will be difficulty sticking before the ground cools quickly enough. Then, accumulations of snow quickly take place through the 9 A.M. hour. From 6 to 9 A.M., it wraps from west to east. Accumulations of 3 to 7 inches are expected, with slushy accumulations on the warmer roads. Higher elevations could see a little more, […]