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Mr. Jeff Matthews

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Chief Meteorologist

Phone: (315) ***-****  HQ Phone
WUTR
P.O. Box 20
Utica, New York 13503
United States

 
Background

Employment History

  • Installer and Trainer
    NBC 26
  • Meteorologist
    NBC 26
  • Chief Meteorologist
    WFXV
  • Installer and Trainer
    Weather Central
  • Chief Meteorologist
    Weather Central
  • WUTR Chief Meteorologist
  • Chief Meteorologist
    Cheyenne

Education

  • Bachelor of Science degree , meteorology
    Rutgers University
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"I wouldn't expect any rain-free days ...
www.uticaod.com, 28 June 2013 [cached]
"I wouldn't expect any rain-free days until the Fourth of July when a break in the pattern looks like it's coming," said Jeff Matthews, WUTR's chief meteorologist.
Matthews did predict some hazy sunshine during the next several mornings and early afternoons. "But that only helps fuel the thunderstorms," he added.
And the floods might not be completely over.
They resulted not so much from the torrential rains as from ground that was saturated by day after day of rainfall, Matthews said. So, heavy localized rains could still lead to localized flooding.
"Basically, anyone who's seen flooding or near flooding conditions should be in emergency mode for the next several days," Matthews said.
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Matthews described the low pressure system as a spinning pinwheel over the Ohio River Valley.
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"I wouldn't expect any rain-free days until the Fourth of July when a break in the pattern looks like it's coming," said Jeff Matthews, WUTR's chief meteorologist.
Matthews did predict some hazy sunshine during the next several mornings and early afternoons. "But that only helps fuel the thunderstorms," he added.
And the floods might not be completely over.
They resulted not so much from the torrential rains as from ground that was saturated by day after day of rainfall, Matthews said. So, heavy localized rains could still lead to localized flooding.
"Basically, anyone who's seen flooding or near flooding conditions should be in emergency mode for the next several days," Matthews said.
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Matthews described the low pressure system as a spinning pinwheel over the Ohio River Valley.
NBC 26 - Press Releases
www.wgba.com, 15 June 2001 [cached]
Team coverage came from Chief Meteorologist Cameron Moreland and Meteorologist Jeff Matthews.
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WGBA NBC 26 is proud to announce that it has hired a new meteorologist to join the Weather Experts in the NBC 26 WeatherCommand Center, Jeff Matthews.
Matthews is a native of Bricktownship, New Jersey.He attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey with a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology.Matthews also has the American Meteorological Society Seal and a National Weather Association Seal.Matthews comes to NBC 26 from working at Weather Central in Madison Wisconsin as an installer and trainer and WAPI as their Chief Meteorologist.
Matthews will be working as the weekend meteorologist on NBC 26 News at 10pm on Saturday and Sundays.During the week, he will be filling in special reporting assignments.
During his downtime, Matthews enjoys all type of weather, of course; all sports both watching and playing, church, music, movies, art, architecture and entertaining.
According to Matthews, "When it comes to my weathercasts, my goals are simple.Try to tell the viewer something they didn't know before and try and make them smile."
WGBA, NBC 26 is proud to have such a qualified and experienced meteorologist on its staff and is confident that Jeff will add greatly to the already success News and Weather product.
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WGBA NBC 26 Wins Four WBA Awards for Excellence 1/17/02
WGBA NBC 26 is proud to announce that it has received four awards of excellence from the Wisconsin Broadcasters association.The Excellence in Broadcasting Awards program is sponsored annually by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association to recognize outstanding achievement by Wisconsin radio and television broadcasters.
NBC 26 - Press Releases
www.nbc26.com, 8 July 2001 [cached]
Steve joins fellow AMS members and meteorologists Cameron Moreland and Jeff Matthews.
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Team coverage came from Chief Meteorologist Cameron Moreland and Meteorologist Jeff Matthews.
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WGBA NBC 26 is proud to announce that it has hired a new meteorologist to join the Weather Experts in the NBC 26 WeatherCommand Center, Jeff Matthews.
Matthews is a native of Bricktownship, New Jersey.He attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey with a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology.Matthews also has the American Meteorological Society Seal and a National Weather Association Seal.Matthews comes to NBC 26 from working at Weather Central in Madison Wisconsin as an installer and trainer and WAPI as their Chief Meteorologist.
Matthews will be working as the weekend meteorologist on NBC 26 News at 10pm on Saturday and Sundays.During the week, he will be filling in special reporting assignments.
During his downtime, Matthews enjoys all type of weather, of course; all sports both watching and playing, church, music, movies, art, architecture and entertaining.
According to Matthews, "When it comes to my weathercasts, my goals are simple.Try to tell the viewer something they didn't know before and try and make them smile."
WGBA, NBC 26 is proud to have such a qualified and experienced meteorologist on its staff and is confident that Jeff will add greatly to the already success News and Weather product.
Hurricane Sandy, a Category 1 storm, ...
www.uticaod.com, 29 Oct 2012 [cached]
Hurricane Sandy, a Category 1 storm, ravaged the East Coast before moving inland Monday, and after combining with another weather system created an "unusual" storm, said Jeff Matthews, chief meteorologist for WUTR and WFXV.
"I've never seen anything like it before," he said.
It's so late in the season to have a hurricane hit, Matthews said.
"Secondly, it's rare for a hurricane to make landfall this far north. Third, it's combining with another weather system so it'll morph from being a tropical system to basically being a Nor'easter without the snow, at least not that much snow," Matthews said.
There is nothing historical to compare it to, he said.
"We were affected by Hurricane Isabel in 1993, and there was a Nor'easter in 1950 similar to what this will look like when it morphs, but nothing where it's combined."
Sandy came after about 14 months of unusual weather including tropical storms Irene and Lee in August and September 2011 respectively, followed by a mild winter, record-high temperatures in March and the warmest summer on record.
"Now this late-season hurricane - it's been pretty unusual," Matthews said.
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Hurricane Sandy, a Category 1 storm, ravaged the East Coast before moving inland Monday, and after combining with another weather system created an "unusual" storm, said Jeff Matthews, chief meteorologist for WUTR and WFXV.
"I've never seen anything like it before," he said.
It's so late in the season to have a hurricane hit, Matthews said.
"Secondly, it's rare for a hurricane to make landfall this far north. Third, it's combining with another weather system so it'll morph from being a tropical system to basically being a Nor'easter without the snow, at least not that much snow," Matthews said.
There is nothing historical to compare it to, he said.
"We were affected by Hurricane Isabel in 1993, and there was a Nor'easter in 1950 similar to what this will look like when it morphs, but nothing where it's combined."
Sandy came after about 14 months of unusual weather including tropical storms Irene and Lee in August and September 2011 respectively, followed by a mild winter, record-high temperatures in March and the warmest summer on record.
"Now this late-season hurricane - it's been pretty unusual," Matthews said.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the ...
www.uticaod.com, 16 Oct 2013 [cached]
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the museum is hosting a Family Space Fest from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday and 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at 311 Main St. There will be NASA and science exhibits, including a photo kiosk, a lunar rock and an astronaut Skyped into WUTR Meteorologist Jeff Matthews.
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Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the museum is hosting a Family Space Fest from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday and 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at 311 Main St. There will be NASA and science exhibits, including a photo kiosk, a lunar rock and an astronaut Skyped into WUTR Meteorologist Jeff Matthews.
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