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Justin Berk, Meteorologist; ...
Justin Berk, Meteorologist; Creator of Kid Weather ; Creator of Wind For Change at Cool Kids Campaign
Talent Bios - Baltimore News, Weather, Channel 2 - WMAR-TV
Justin received his Meteorology degree from Cornell University, and was one of the youngest people to get the AMS seal a year later.
His first jobs were in the 'snow belt' of Syracuse (WSTM) and Binghamton (WBNG) NY.
He arrived in Baltimore in 1997 to work for WBAL.
Five years later he joined the ABC-2 Storm-Team, and has been here since February, 2003.
He has also worked free-lance for WPHL in Philadelphia.
He was given the title 'Best in Baltimore 2000 and 2006 "by Baltimore Magazine.
Since 2000, Justin has taught at Villa Julie College.
classes include Introduction to Meteorology and Climate Change: Science and Society.
Besides being "That guy in the snow" on WBAL
, some more memorable experiences locally include: The first helicopter traffic reporter on WBAL
, live coverage from Ocean City during Hurricane Isabel, and live broadcasts from schools on Good Morning Maryland.
He also serves on the panel of content development for Science on a Sphere with The Maryland Science Center on a few projects.
Justin also co hosts Weather Talk.
The only radio show in the country dedicated all weather.
More information can be found on his
WEATHER TALK website www.weathertalkradio.com
free time, Justin
enjoys playing guitar, golf, and exercise including biking and running and weights (3rd place in NY State Bench Press
Daily hikes are a must with his
wife, son and dog.
In 2007, Justin
became the only person in Baltimore with the CBM (Certified Broadcast Meteorologist), the highest level of credibility from the American Meteorological Society
If you have a good weather story or storm pictures, send them in an e-mail.
will try to get it on the air.
One Tank Trip: State Fair This week, Justin
takes a trip to the Maryland State Fair.
WMAR-TV/DT ABC2 Baltimore
...Talent Bios > Justin Berk Justin received his Meteorology degree from Cornell University, and was one of the youngest people to get the AMS seal a year later.His
first jobs were in the 'snow belt' of Syracuse (WSTM) and Binghamton (WBNG) NY.He arrived in Baltimore in 1997 to work for WBAL.Five years later he joining the ABC-2 Storm-Team and has been here since Feb. 2003.He has also worked free-lance for WPHL in Philadelphia.He
was given the title 'Best in Baltimore 2000" by Baltimore Magazine
.Since 2000, Justin has taught at Villa Julie College.His
classes include Introduction to Meteorology and Climate Change: Science and Society. Some more memorable experiences locally include being the first helicopter traffic reporter on WBAL
, live coverage from Ocean City during Hurricane Isabel, and live broadcasts from schools on Good Morning Maryland.He
also woks closely with The Maryland Science Center
on a few projects.In his
free time, Justin
enjoys playing guitar, lifting weights running, and hiking with his
wife and dog.
Facebook: Justin Berk, ...
Facebook: Justin Berk, Meteorologist
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is obsessed with snow.
never hid his
passion in nearly 20 years on TV
, and doesn't today: "Faith-in-the-Flakes"
Justin got his degree in meteorology from Cornell University and worked his first two TV jobs in Syracuse and Binghamton NY.
That's a lot of years in the snow-belt, but still not enough.
In that time, he
transitioned from skiing to snowboarding.
The early years he
spent as much time as possible between Greek Peak, Hunter, and Windham Mountains in NY.
Stowe, Stratton, and Killington in VT.
In 1997, Justin
moved to Maryland to work on TV
Over the next 14 years he became the first meteorologist in the region to achieve the CBM seal from the American Meteorological Society, was named Best in Baltimore by Baltimore Magazine 3 times, co-founded a radio show called Weather Talk, and taught weather classes at Stevenson University.
also has written for Examiner.com and grew his Facebook
following to over 50,000.
won The Mobbies Award for best Facebook Page in Maryland for the past 2 years, including a Readers Choice Award in 2013.
Covering the Mid Atlantic Region includes his
backyard in southern Pennsylvania.
During the winter of 2013, Justin started a video series with Snowtime, Inc. filming weekly updates from Liberty, Roundtop, and Whitetail.
other favorite spots include Seven Springs, Wisp, and of course Snowshoe, WV.
is thrilled to be part of the OpenSnow