Tom Szymanski

Tom Szymanski

Member at American Meteorological Society

Location:
45 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(617) 227-2425

General Information

Education

geography , East Carolina University

Master's Degree - Meteorology , University of Nebraska

Recent News  

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Bio - Tom Szymanksi The answers to the questions Tom always seems to get asked are: 6' 10", 16 and "Fine!"The questions?Obviously, how tall are you, what's your shoe size and not so obviously, "How's the weather up there?""Too Tall Tom" gets a lot of those questions because he gets out a lot.Over the past 8 years, Tom has made close to a thousand appearances up and down the valley, speaking to students, civic groups and agricultural and educational seminars.He is also the spokesman for the national award-winning "Tom's Coats For Kids" campaign that collects, cleans and distributes nearly-new winter outerwear for needy children.And, yes, Tom did play basketball.In fact, he got a degree in geography from East Carolina University while on a basketball scholarship.Tom says one of the highlights of his basketball days was getting a chance to compete against "Magic" Johnson.Tom went on to receive his Master's Degree in Meteorology from the University of Nebraska and has been a weather broadcaster for nearly 15 years.He is also a member of the American Meteorological Society, a recognition by his peers of his achievement in the forecasting and communication of complicated scientific information.Tom is originally from Stevens Point, Wisconsin, which could help explain his true love of winter and cold weather.If there's snow, you'll find Tom out snowmobiling.If there isn't snow, Tom will probably be out on the nearest golf course.

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KVLY TV 11 - Personality Bio - Tom Szymanski

Bio - Tom Szymanksi The answers to the questions Tom always seems to get asked are: 6' 10", 16 and "Fine!"The questions?Obviously, how tall are you, what's your shoe size and not so obviously, "How's the weather up there?""Too Tall Tom" gets a lot of those questions because he gets out a lot.Over the past 8 years, Tom has made close to a thousand appearances up and down the valley, speaking to students, civic groups and agricultural and educational seminars.He is also the spokesman for the national award-winning "Tom's Coats For Kids" campaign that collects, cleans and distributes nearly-new winter outerwear for needy children.And, yes, Tom did play basketball.In fact, he got a degree in geography from East Carolina University while on a basketball scholarship.Tom says one of the highlights of his basketball days was getting a chance to compete against "Magic" Johnson.Tom went on to receive his Master's Degree in Meteorology from the University of Nebraska and has been a weather broadcaster for nearly 15 years.He is also a member of the American Meteorological Society, a recognition by his peers of his achievement in the forecasting and communication of complicated scientific information.Tom is originally from Stevens Point, Wisconsin, which could help explain his true love of winter and cold weather.If there's snow, you'll find Tom out snowmobiling.If there isn't snow, Tom will probably be out on the nearest golf course.

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KVLY TV 11 - Personality Bio - Tom Szymanski

Bio - Tom Szymanksi The answers to the questions Tom always seems to get asked are: 6' 10", 16 and "Fine!"The questions?Obviously, how tall are you, what's your shoe size and not so obviously, "How's the weather up there?""Too Tall Tom" gets a lot of those questions because he gets out a lot.Over the past 8 years, Tom has made close to a thousand appearances up and down the valley, speaking to students, civic groups and agricultural and educational seminars.He is also the spokesman for the national award-winning "Tom's Coats For Kids" campaign that collects, cleans and distributes nearly-new winter outerwear for needy children.And, yes, Tom did play basketball.In fact, he got a degree in geography from East Carolina University while on a basketball scholarship.Tom says one of the highlights of his basketball days was getting a chance to compete against "Magic" Johnson.Tom went on to receive his Master's Degree in Meteorology from the University of Nebraska and has been a weather broadcaster for nearly 15 years.He is also a member of the American Meteorological Society, a recognition by his peers of his achievement in the forecasting and communication of complicated scientific information.Tom is originally from Stevens Point, Wisconsin, which could help explain his true love of winter and cold weather.If there's snow, you'll find Tom out snowmobiling.If there isn't snow, Tom will probably be out on the nearest golf course.

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