I’ve always been fascinated by the weather. Ever since I was little I would watch the Weather Channel for hours a day. And that is exactly what inspired me to become a meteorologist.
I grew up in New Jersey and have always had an interest in weather. It was always my dream to be a broadcast meteorologist. So I knew, I just had to go to for meteorology. Upon graduation of high school, I attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick.
In 2016, I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in meteorology and a minor in Geography. Now if someone asks about the weather, I can easily explain as to why there’s clouds in the sky or why a thunderstorm occurs. Immediately after Rutgers I was given the opportunity to finally become a broadcast meteorologist in Bismarck, North Dakota. After a 1,600 mile drive I was finally living my dream. I encourage everyone to travel to that part of the country. It’s AMAZING and they call it the “Legendary State” for a reason! It made it hard to leave, but I had to further my career.
Now, 2 years later I reside in Maryland. I’m back on the east coast next to the shore and the sand beneath my toes, and not to mention… all the crab you can eat.
To wrap it up… this brings me to where I am now… full-time meteorologist and part-time blogger. It’s safe to say it’s a good business and a busy life.