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By Sarah ...
By Sarah Wroblewski
WFXT's meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski asked.
Sarah Wroblewski is the weekend meteorologist on FOX25.
You can see her
Saturdays on FOX25
at 10 p.m. and Sundays on at 10 and 11 p.m.
Sarah joined the FOX25 StormTracker Weather Team in 2011 as a fill-in meteorologist and environmental reporter.
enjoys the different approach she
is able to take in covering New England's changing weather.
loves the unexpected in her
job at FOX25
where no two days are the same.
may be writing and producing a feature story for a newscast in the morning, tracking a storm through the day, and preparing New Englanders with on-air forecasts at night.
Before coming to FOX25
Sarah was a media sales engineer at Weather Services International
in Andover, Mass.
She also worked as a weather programmer at WSI, preparing and creating graphics for television clients across the country as well as appearing on-camera for several twenty-four hour weather channels.
Sarah previously worked at WBZ from 2005 to 2010 as a weather producer and then as a weekend morning meteorologist.
Sarah is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Lowell where she earned her bachelor's degree in atmospheric science, and was captain of the woman's soccer team.
While an undergraduate, she was involved in research for NASA's Earth Observing System (EOS) satellites, Aqua and Aura.
In 2008, that work was published in the scientific Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy
became passionate about the weather as a young girl growing up in New England.
has been able to witness first hand the extreme weather from hurricanes and blizzards to nor'easters and severe storms the Northeast receives each year.
Sarah loves to travel, get outdoors, and spend time with her
family and friends.
wbztv.com - Sarah Wroblewski
Sarah Wroblewski is the weekend morning meteorologist for WBZ-TV News.
She joined the WBZ-TV weather team in January of 2005 as morning weather producer.
Sarah also works for WSI (Weather Services International) as a media weather programmer.
At WSI she
forecasts for Verizon Fios, CNN International
, and her
voice can be heard on several Time Warner TV stations all over the country.
Sarah was also a fill in on-air Meteorologist for WGGB-TV in Springfield, MA.
She received her B.S. in Meteorology from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
While an undergraduate she played soccer and also was a research assistant involved in work completed for NASA's Earth Observing System which will soon be published in a very distinguished science journal.
is a native New Englander, born and raised in Connecticut.
spare time, she
enjoys watching sports and visiting schools to encourage kids to pursue careers involved with math and science.
Fox25 has named Sarah ...
Fox25 has named Sarah Wroblewski to the position of weekend meteorologist.
In a statement, News Director Paul McGonagle remarked that Wroblewski is, "a strong addition to our weather team."
will begin presenting the weather on Fox25
News on the 28th at 10p.m.
Prior to joining Fox25 last year as a fill-in met and environmental reporter, Wroblewski worked at WBZ from 2005 until 2010, first as a weather producer, graduating to weekend morning met for the final part of her tenure.
She joined the CBS O&O from WSI, where she produced weather graphics and reported on several weather networks.
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Posted in Boston, Talent Shuffles and WFXT (Fox25).
Tags:A.J. Burnett, Paul McGonagle, Sarah Wroblewski
According to WBZ meteorologist ...
According to WBZ meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski, temperatures only reached the upper teens in southwestern New Hampshire and northern and western Massachusetts.
Elsewhere in the Mass., temperatures crept up into the low to mid 20s.
The winds started to pick up during the afternoon hours, which made the wind chill values drop as low as the teens and single digits, Wroblewski
Another cold night is expected Sunday night as a shot of cold air presses southward.