Notable Boston Meteorologists From Back In the Day Boston television has turned out some outstanding meteorologists through the years with one of the best periods taking place in the 1970s and 80s... Don Kent, of WBZ-TV Channel 4, led the way with his commanding presence and amazing skill at getting the forecast right.
There’s happy news to share from the WBZ weather team – meteorologist Danielle Niles welcomed a baby girl on Thursday morning.
On Tuesday March 2nd, 2010, the Boston television news community and the New England community at-large lost a man who was arguably its first big star, when meteorologist Don Kent passed away, aged 92. Celebrated for his low-tech but accurate forecasts and invitingly warm manner, Don served his community for over six decades, long after his retirement from WBZ-TV in 1983.
Sharon Meyer leads the team of Meteorologists at WCAX-TV and provides weather forecasts on the Channel 3 News at 6 p.m. Gary Sadowsky Meteorologist. Weekday morning and Noon meteorologist for WCAX TV.
In 1995, he joined Boston's WCVB-TV as the Eyeopener Meteorologist working alongside anchors teams including Liz Brunner, Jim Boyd, Susan Wornick, Ed Harding and Heather Unruh.
Dec 24, 2020 · WATD Chief Meteorologist Rob Gilman says the weather will be “wild and mild” Christmas Eve into Christmas Day. He says rain and strong winds have the potential widespread power outages. Listen ...
Jennifer Collins Meteorologist. ... Jennifer was a former member of the North Florida Chapter Member of both the American Meteorological Society and National Weather Association.