Mark Tarello, Chief Meteorologist
Mark Tarello is Chief Meteorologist for KEYC-TV News 12
& The FOX Mankato News
was forecasting weather on cable television while in high school in his
hometown of Stoneham, Massachusetts.
From there, he placed second out of 500 students in the National Collegiate Weather Forecasting contest while attending Lyndon State College in Vermont.
Most recently, Tarello
appeared on The Weather Channel's
, a national television network while covering a tornado outbreak across Minnesota and Iowa.
Tarello has worked as an on-air meteorologist just south of Atlanta at WRBL-TV, the CBS affiliate in Columbus, GA.
forecasted the weather during weekend evenings for two time zones serving both Alabama and Georgia.
Mark was also chief meteorologist at WMDN-TV, the CBS affiliate in Meridian, MS. While working in Mississippi he worked around the clock providing viewers with the latest breaking weather during hurricane Katrina.
He was also an on-air meteorologist for KMEG-TV in Sioux City, IA; WMTW-TV in Portland, ME; WVNY-TV in Burlington, VT; and New England Cable News in Boston, MA.
Mark was also a meteorologist for WLVI-TV in Boston, MA, where he updated the forecast for the station web site and radio stations daily.
Mark loves forecasting the weather, and being able to talk about a different weather story each night on News 12 & FOX Mankato.
Please feel free to e-mail Mark
and say hello.
Visit my weather blog... Just click here: Tarello's Talking!