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HuffWx
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Registered: Dec 2001
Location: Forest, VA USA
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The Huff checks in..

Self taught with a few basic met classes thrown in.

I have a MA in counseling and own/run a private practice counsling/mentoring company.

My Father is blind, via Vietnam 1967. He loves weather, both before and after the explosion. This was passed on to me. I have followed weather my whole life.

3 years ago, I strongly considered heading back to school to get a degree in Met...wanting to be a TV met. Once I changed jobs that wild hair went away..and now I love my business/job.

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mulen
Senior Member

Registered: Feb 2001
Location: whitestone n.y
Posts: 1162

I'm learning avid fisherman own a boat weather situations big concern. Love a good snowstorm since i can remember but as i get older i'm not as excited about them as i used to be. My business in the winter is very related to the weather see ya.

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Uncle Wethbee
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Registered: Feb 2001
Location: Staten Island N.Y.
Posts: 1196

it's a hobby.

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Rickg
Lord of the Cats

Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Wilkes-Barre PA
Posts: 421

Rick
Bs Computers and Info Systems
MS (In progress) health Care managment

Manager -Netowrk Services (Computer Security is my focus)

Weather interests: self taught

As a child when through several storms/hurricanes (lived in NC then)
Abby 1968
Gladys 1969

While in florida
Cleo 1964
Isbell 1964


We we moved to Penssylvania in 1969 our first real sitrm was Agnes in 72. I worked at an Evac center while the flooding hit in Wilkes_Barre.

I have been interested in weather since I was a kid. I have been issuing snow fall forcasts for years. I get consulted by a one of the local school districts and colleges on possible closings.

IF I had to do it all over, I would have chosen wx for a career.

Rick

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Lake-EffectKing
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Registered: Feb 2005
Location: Parish, NY
Posts: 388

BS Atmo Sci. Albany St. '90. Have been interested in meteorology since I can remember. LES had a lot to do with it. Currently a spotter with numerous TV stations, as well as with the NWS out of Buffalo. Also have been asked and have submitted data on snowfall measurement techniques by the Buf. NWS. (For the purposes of developing algorithms for radar estimated snowfall totals) Found a decent job outside of the meteorology field, and decided that there is no better place to live than in prime lake-effect land!!

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weatherjan
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Registered: May 2001
Location: oneida, ny, usa
Posts: 209

B.S. Meteorology (Belknap College 1971). Currently employed as a Cartographer (civilian) at the Air Force Research Lab/ Rome Research Site in Rome, NY.
I provide weather consulting support to the U.S. Air Force and the NWS. Some prominent weather memories include the 25/26 November 1950 "Blown-Down" in Central NY, Hurricane Hazel in Oct. '54 and the Blizzard of '66.
I still behave like a weather weenie when a east coast snowstorm is looming or a significal Lake Ontario Lake Effect Snow Event is forecast.

Jan S
Oneida, NY

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seabreezelou
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Registered: Feb 2005
Location: Central NJ
Posts: 1

My name is Lou and I'm new to the group, so this is a good way to say hi. B.S. in Meteorology in 2001 and M.S. in Physical Oceanography (coastal meteorology focus) in 2004, both from Rutgers University. I currently work for Rutgers doing forecast consulting for a utility company, for oceanographic research projects, and researching wind energy resources along the NJ coast.
I grew up along the NJ shore and have been into the weather since Hurricane Gloria at the age of 5.

Lou B.
Nutley, NJ

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DarkStar
COL FORBIN

Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Blue Bell, PA
Posts: 536

PSU grad in Business Logistics 99
Took 2 basic met clasees while there as an elective.
Work for a logistics company.
I have personally had a weather problem since atleast from what I have been told age 5 or so.
I lived on St Simons Island, Ga until I was 10 and there. When there got no snow but some sleet sometimes. The grandparents lived in the snowelt of OH ( Chardon and Ashtabula ) tons of snow.
I am told that is where my problem with winter and snow started.

I currently live jus toutside of Philadelphia.
I am addicted to following weather and weather patterns. My girlfriend thinks I have a strange problem and need to get a life.
I enjoy the severe weather season and tracking the occasional hurricane in the off season of winter etc.

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meteorjosh
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Registered: Feb 2004
Location: married my cousin in Parma, OH
Posts: 283

What a great post, and I almost didn't look at it. Too bad we couldn't get folks to put a little pic of themselves up as well.

Lifelong fanatic, first memory is of my dad holding me up to windows so I could see the lightning from approaching storms...then the great winters of the late-70s here in NY sealed my fate...funny that I've not attempted to turn it into a career

oh, can't forget, went to high school in OH and was treated to wonderful thunderstorms (plus lake effect snows)...experienced straight-line winds of over 100mph in Aug of 1980, incredible tree damage and no power for 4 days...then chased the Newton-Falls/Niles F5 tornado of May 31, 1985

got a BA from Tufts, but am returning to school this fall to start work on an MD

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scope
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Registered: Feb 2004
Location: cascade va
Posts: 1273

scope's life,

born 1970 in harlem[upper east side near yankee stadium]....Went to nyu for 2yrs then transferred to psu for 6 months then finished at ncsu in 1993...I did take a some met classes in 91,but did'nt do anything w/it....majored in bussiness management in 93....Today i have a wife of 15yrs and 2 children ages 9 and 13....My wife home schools while i run a company in north carolina w/38 partners...And yes 4 of theme are members of wwbb including charlie fisher,kemwen,sndog,piedmont1,buffalo just to name a few....Btw i became Ceo of the group in july of 2000....Me and my wife do a lot of work w/little league b-ball,weather on star 14 news and the boys/girls club.......GO YANKEES/WOLFPACK

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Tamarack
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Registered: Apr 2005
Location: New Sharon, Maine Lat. 44.667, Lon. 70.027
Posts: 24

Weather hobbyist/observer only - math beyond basic calculus proved unfriendly, so my dream of meteorology faded, and I've enjoyed my career in forestry.

Earliest weather memory: Appalachian Windstorm, Nov. 1950 (I was 4) - we watched fro the porch until tree pieces began to fly, then retreated inside.

Event that "hooked": NNJ ice storm in Jan. 1953 - triggered an interest in both weather and trees.

Most disruptive weather event experienced: 1998 ice storm in Maine. This occurred 45 years to the day after the one in 1953 - most breakage on Jan. 8,9, much icefall on the 10th. This is the only time I've ever seen a utility pole bent in a considerable arc - top deflected at least 10 feet while the base remained vertical. It didn't last; 20 minutes later both pieces were straight.

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NwPawx
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Registered: Apr 2005
Location:
Posts: 13

Hi all. Have been a weather junkie for years. Snow and thunderstorms are my favorite subjects. I have been a Skywarn spotter for 9 years. This is one of my hobbies. Fishing is the other. I have 2 kids both in collage at this time. Love to go to the beach and watch the storms over the ocean. People are always teasing me about my intrest in the weather. I can take it though. If they only knew how hard it really is to forcast they wouldn't make fun. I'm pretty good on my local weather. Still learning a lot from this board..I just love it. Thanks to all who contribute and are nice about it.
Kathleen

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scope
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Registered: Feb 2004
Location: cascade va
Posts: 1273

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Originally posted by NwPawx
Hi all. Have been a weather junkie for years. Snow and thunderstorms are my favorite subjects. I have been a Skywarn spotter for 9 years. This is one of my hobbies. Fishing is the other. I have 2 kids both in collage at this time. Love to go to the beach and watch the storms over the ocean. People are always teasing me about my intrest in the weather. I can take it though. If they only knew how hard it really is to forcast they wouldn't make fun. I'm pretty good on my local weather. Still learning a lot from this board..I just love it. Thanks to all who contribute and are nice about it.
Kathleen

Welcome to wwbb

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BIrving
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Registered: Dec 2004
Location: 8mi wnw Taunton MA NWS
Posts: 2271

I'll make this one quick. I started following weather fanatically as early as I can remember (as well as drumming, whcih is another story). sometime in the mid 1980s when I was a child I became a fascinated hobbiest, and TWC in 1988/89 or so was one of my favorite outlets. I went to school for 2 years 96-97 @ Plymouth State College in the NH met program, but it was decision time and money was low, and I decided to take a regular job and a part-time music career, simply because It makes my life entirely easier and music has always been a much deeper passion.

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~Floydbuster
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Registered: Dec 2004
Location: NE Ohio
Posts: 104

My name is Mike Naso, I am 16 years old and live in Ohio. I love to track weather, mainly Tropical Weather. I host the "Tropical Round Table" show on Radio NHCWX to help people prepare for these things.

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Connecticutguy
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Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Collinsville, CT
Posts: 379

I was always interested in Lightning and would occasionally watch storms in town all the way back to the 80's. Really became a full time wx nut around 1995. Have a B.S. in Earth Science with concentration in Meteorology at Central Connecticut State. Would be a full Met degree except that they didn't offer an instrumentation course. Started storm chasing locally on August 4, 1995 and have had a camcorder since 1996. Don't go out as much now due to less enthusiasm over chasing and gas prices

As far a keeping wx records I have:

snowfall since 10/1996
daily snowdepth since 10/1999
daily temperature and precip since 5/2000

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ticka1
Junior Dragster Mom

Registered: Mar 2001
Location:
Posts: 343

I am from Texas - 42 year old female. BBA in Business. Worked in the accounting field 18 years - did some substitue teaching this past year too. I started following the weather in 3rd grade when I did a report on tornadoes. Since then I have followed all types of weather - especially tropical weather living here on the upper Texas Gulf Coast. Was away at college when Alicia hit - watched it on TWC all night long.

I have my own weather message board which is growing everyday. My newest hobby with weather right now is photography. I am in the process of purchasing a $500+ camera and equipment. I am a certified Skywarn Member - took the class this past spring.

My history with WWBB goes back to when I was a moderator here with Arizwx and Kevin from Martinsville. Just have to say I enjoy coming this site in the winter time and watching all the excitement of the folks on the East Coast waiting for that big snowfall.

So that's my story.

www.wildonweather.com

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michsnowfreak
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Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Wyandotte, Michigan
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As far a keeping wx records I have:

snowfall since 10/1996
daily snowdepth since 10/1999
daily temperature and precip since 5/2000


Damn....eerily close to my dates of personal records. What is the nearest major station to you Connecticutguy? DTW is 17 miles from me so its cool to compare.

I have kept...

snowfall since 10/1995
daily snowdepth since 10/1999
daily precip since 7/2000
daily temperatur since 9/2002

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NorthShoreWx
Senior Member

Registered: Jan 2005
Location: Smithtown, NY (central LI, near the sound)
Posts: 286

Name: Northshorewx, but you can call me Ed

Occupation: Consultant in the professional services practice of a major computer manufacturer. I am not a developer, but have been on a lot of website projects. Call me a BA/PM.

Web Sites: http://www.northshorewx.com/ (my own site),
http://www.fatfish.info/ (I did this as a favor for some friends/relatives - BTW, its an excellent restaurant for you LIers. Really nice in the summer when you can sit out by the bay and the outdoor bar is open)

Not a Developer?: Still true in spite of the above. I took only what I needed from the asp books to create these sites. Stubbornly resisting developer friends' urges to use .net. Thats not how I make my living anyway, but if I need to, I'll learn more.

Interests: Too numerous to mention, but I bet you can guess the biggy.

Sports: Golf, skiing, running, rugby (retired).

Age: Older than I once was and younger than I'll be (thats not unusual). For you sleuths, see the next item.

Additional useless S&G trivia: Met my future wife while returning to school from their huge concert in the park.

Recent WX experience: My wife IM'd me at work this afternoon to ask the odds of my son's T-ball game being called off this evening. I told her there was a 50-50 chance of some spotty light rain, but that predicting the actions of adult humans was far more difficult than predicting the weather. FWIW, the game was played.

Worst Landing: Approximately June 2, 1990 at the old Stapleton airport (Denver). We got off the plane and walked to the terminal (no gate). As we did so, large pieces of metal debris were blowing across the runway. It helped explain the nasty approach and landing. At least it was about 65 degrees in Denver. Heading west, we encountered a blinding June snowstorm at Vail Pass. A-basin was still open. I was tempted, but had better things to do that weekend. Side note: June snow and hordes of Texas and Nebraska drivers are a calamitous mixture.

Biggest Weather thrills: The Blizzard of 1978, Hurricane Gloria

Biggest sports thrills: 1969 Mets, 2004 Red Sox

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hudsonvalwx
wx guru

Registered: Sep 2004
Location: new york
Posts: 366

Currently a Paramedic with the FDNY. College education along with 5 yrs as a network administrator for the Board of Ed for the City of NY.


Oh did I mention I went to school for 2 yrs for Met before I switched over to Computer Science.

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Connecticutguy
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Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Collinsville, CT
Posts: 379

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Damn....eerily close to my dates of personal records. What is the nearest major station to you Connecticutguy? DTW is 17 miles from me so its cool to compare.

I have kept...

snowfall since 10/1995
daily snowdepth since 10/1999
daily precip since 7/2000
daily temperatur since 9/2002



Yikes, that is scarey!! Man I sure wish I started snowfall on 10/1995 like you. I missed out on a 125" season cause of that

KBDL, Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks is pretty close about 12-13 miles to my Northeast. Its good to have them close bye but are numbers never match much due to elevation and number of trees that keep me cooler (except for morning lows on clear, calm nights). For rainfall I have been blowing them away with totals, the upslope effect is greater than I ever could of imagined. Hasn't been useful snowfall records the past 8 years from BDL so I can't compare except that I get more

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Weatherfox
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Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Sometimes Queens, NYC & sometimes Pittsburgh, PA
Posts: 828

WWBB Members

Some holiday reading material. Please add to this thread if you haven't told us a little about yourself before or update if you have any changes.

Please, don't be shy. I am interested in what you have to say.

Have a happy holiday!

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pawxguy1
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Registered: May 2004
Location: gateway to Pocono's, near Jim Thorpe
Posts: 653

First off Happy Thanksgiving.

June 1972- my first memory, period. It was of a cow floating down the Schuylkill River due to Tropical Storm Agnes. I wasn't quite 4 yet.

I have always watched thunderstorms from start to finish and still do now with my 4 yr old son. Snowstorms are probably my #1.
I first wanted to be a met when I went to Millersville but the pay and the job isolation/monotony/mundaneness made me steer away from making the weather my vocation. Totally glad I had the insight to go elsewhere professionally. This board fills my 'need'.

Like many on the board, I kept a wx journal for many years. I wonder where they are... I kept stats 3x/day. What a geek. I would post wx bulletins on my bedroom door. WSW, etc.
I would have to say that the 1983 snowstorm is most impactful on my wx life as I was in 9th grade and had the most incredible time that day. 3"/hour for 6 hours, first thundersnow. It occured 100%during the day unlike most other memorable storms.

I'm a technical guy so I love numbers when given on this board. The relationship crap that occurs here- I steer clear of as much as possible. You know, this person gets ticked off at that person. Just give me the weather!

That should be enough for now.

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UAGreatDanewx
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Registered: Jul 2005
Location: Illinois
Posts: 8

B.S. from UAlbany in '05 in Atmospheric Science
Minor in Broadcast Meteorology
Sports director of WCDB radio from May '02 until May '05
Currently Meteorologist at Mobile Weather Team Inc. of Washington, IL
Worked as on site meteorologist for USGA, PGA of America and European Tour.

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rainshadow
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Registered: Nov 2005
Location: mount laurel, nj
Posts: 10

Hi!

Tony Gigi, currently working as one of the operational meteorologists at the NWS Mt. Holly/PHI. Was born and raised in da Bronx. Always was interested in weather (thunderstorms in particular) since I was young. Admired Gordon Barnes and especially Alan Kasper (who was and still is my hero) on the NYC television stations. Got A B.S. from CCNY and worked at all of the NYC airports b4 they were contracted out and then the NYC WSFO. Have been down in Mt. Holly the last dozen years.

I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving!

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