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Employment History

On-Camera Meteorologist
The Weather Channel , Inc.

Meteorologist
Fox Carolina

Meteorologist
WOWK-TV

Affiliations

Secretary Treasurer
American Meteorological Society

Education

bachelor's degree
broadcast journalism and marketing
Syracuse University

bachelor's degree
meteorology
Penn State

Web References (14 Total References)


More than 140 record highs have ...

patch.com, $reference.date [cached]

More than 140 record highs have been set this week alone, the Weather Channel's Alex Wilson told Patch.

The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center forecasts an increased chance for above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation in Illinois for December, January and February. Most credit for this goes to an historic El Niño, a climate pattern that starts with unusually warm waters in the Pacific Ocean, causing storms and mudslides in some places and droughts in others. 2015's El Niño is approaching the strongest ever recorded, as measured by sea surface temperatures.
Wilson said the jet stream is causing the extremely cold arctic air to get "stuck" up in Canada.


More than 140 record highs have ...

patch.com, $reference.date [cached]

More than 140 record highs have been set this week alone, the Weather Channel's Alex Wilson told Patch.

The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center forecasts an increased chance for above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation in Illinois for December, January and February. Most credit for this goes to an historic El Niño, a climate pattern that starts with unusually warm waters in the Pacific Ocean, causing storms and mudslides in some places and droughts in others. 2015's El Niño is approaching the strongest ever recorded, as measured by sea surface temperatures.
Wilson said the jet stream is causing the extremely cold arctic air to get "stuck" up in Canada.


More than 140 record highs have ...

patch.com, $reference.date [cached]

More than 140 record highs have been set this week alone, the Weather Channel's Alex Wilson told Patch.

The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center forecasts an increased chance for above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation in Illinois for December, January and February. Most credit for this goes to an historic El Niño, a climate pattern that starts with unusually warm waters in the Pacific Ocean, causing storms and mudslides in some places and droughts in others. 2015's El Niño is approaching the strongest ever recorded, as measured by sea surface temperatures.
Wilson said the jet stream is causing the extremely cold arctic air to get "stuck" up in Canada.


More than 140 record highs have ...

patch.com, $reference.date [cached]

More than 140 record highs have been set this week alone, the Weather Channel's Alex Wilson told Patch.

The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center forecasts an increased chance for above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation in Illinois for December, January and February. Most credit for this goes to an historic El Niño, a climate pattern that starts with unusually warm waters in the Pacific Ocean, causing storms and mudslides in some places and droughts in others. 2015's El Niño is approaching the strongest ever recorded, as measured by sea surface temperatures.
Wilson said the jet stream is causing the extremely cold arctic air to get "stuck" up in Canada.


More than 140 record highs have ...

patch.com, $reference.date [cached]

More than 140 record highs have been set this week alone, the Weather Channel's Alex Wilson told Patch.

The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center forecasts an increased chance for above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation in Illinois for December, January and February. Most credit for this goes to an historic El Niño, a climate pattern that starts with unusually warm waters in the Pacific Ocean, causing storms and mudslides in some places and droughts in others. 2015's El Niño is approaching the strongest ever recorded, as measured by sea surface temperatures.
Wilson said the jet stream is causing the extremely cold arctic air to get "stuck" up in Canada.

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