Frank Lombardo
CEO and AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist

Frank has always loved the weather. He dates his interest in the field of Meteorology back to 1960 when he witnessed and lived through his first memorable east coast hurricane, Donna, as she swept powerfully up the Atlantic Seaboard. Frank graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Earth Science | Meteorology and a minor in Math from Kean University. He attended Texas Tech University to pursue his masters studies, where he was involved in the study of severe weather, including a tornado chase team. Additional graduate courses were taken at Rutgers University in Climatology, Air pollution and Meteorological Statistics. Frank has instructed classes in Meteorology and Aviation Meteorology at both Texas Tech University and Kean University. Frank is a long time member of the American Meteorological Society. His vast experience in the various aspects of meteorology including but not limited to reconstruction of weather and forensic expert courtroom testimony, for the past 20 years, has earned Frank the highest level of respect among Government agencies, law firms, insurance companies and private business'. He is widely recognized as New Jersey's Weather Expert. Frank is designated a Certified Consulting Meteorologist by the American Meteorological Society.

Sales & Marketing

Kevin Hopler
Vice President of Sales & Marketing / Senior Meteorologist

Kevin joined the Weather Works staff in 2001. After graduating Honors (Cum Laude) from Kean University with a degree in Earth Science | Meteorology, he was hired as a full time meteorologist in the Fall of 2003. His work at WeatherWorks includes the preparation and transmission of weather forecasts, storm alerts, certified past weather reports, and on-air radio weather broadcasts. In addition to his meteorological responsibilities, he is also in charge of our company sales and marketing department. Some of Kevin's important tasks when he is not tracking weather includes the overseeing of winter sales in the snow and ice industry, trade show operations as well as developing new markets for the company. His latest projects include supervising and assisting the developers of our Certified Snowfall Totals service in addition to advancements in summer business. Kevin is an active full member of the American Meteorological Society and National Weather Association.

Mike Mihalik
Media Relations Director / Senior Meteorologist

The first weather event to influence Mike to persue meteorology was Hurricane Hugo in 1989. Although he was not directly affected by the storm (as he grew up in eastern PA), the shear power of the storm footage on TV certainly piqued his interest. Following Hugo, Hurricane Andrew in '92 further solidified his future meteorological path, with the historic Superstorm of '93 and Blizzard of '96 leaving no doubt about his future career. Mike graduated from Penn State University in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in Meteorology and after several years in the snow and ice industry, he joined Weatherworks in 2008. 

At WeatherWorks, Mike typically forecasts for the Hudson Valley through New England, along with broadcasting for several radio stations in New Jersey and New York. Besides his forecasting responsibilities, Mike has been involved with the forensic meteorology team and was used as a "Weather Expert" in courtroom testimony. Mike is also the Director of Social Media, where he continually builds the company's public exposure though Blogs, Newsletters, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedInYouTubeInstagram & Snapchat.

Outside of the office, Mike enjoys spending time with his family and yelling "FORE!" on the golf course with his WeatherWorks colleagues. He also likes trying out new restaurants and, in turn, weight training to combat the extra calories. Mike plays the guitar as a hobby, in which you will likely hear a Beatles song 90% of the time and if you are lucky, a few off key vocals. 

John Leo
Client Relations / Senior Meteorologist

John has been following weather events in the Northeast for as long as he can remember. John still chases those thunderstorms (now he brings along his kids). John received his bachelors degree in Earth Science | Meteorology in 1976 from Kean University and then attended Rutgers University, where he completed his Masters Degree in Meteorology. John has been forecasting for businesses, the aviation industry and government agencies throughout the Northeast for over 25 years. He is also the weekend meteorologist on many New Jersey radio stations.


Sean Rowland
Vice President of Operations / Senior Meteorologist

Sean began with the company in 2005, shortly after graduating from Oswego State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Meteorology (Cum Laude) and a minor in Mathematics. As the Vice President of Operations, Sean leads the organization, maintenance and development of our many services. This includes managing the highly regarded Winter Services offered by WeatherWorks, including Storm Alerts, Heads-Up Notifications, Phone Consultation and Certified Snowfall Totals. While maintaining a department dedicated these services, Sean also organizes the 24x7 aspect of the company by scheduling staff in both storm and non-storm situations. Sean continues to have a hand in forecasting as he has a deep passion for the weather.

That desire to understand and forecast the weather began at an early age while growing up in Rochester, NY, where snow is abundant. His Western New York roots are evident with his passionate following of the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres, along with his continued attachment to Rochester's pro franchises. Sports and travel make up Sean's hobbies outside of the office, as the two coincide in his trips to over 200 stadiums and arenas in 26 different states, all of which are chronicled on his personal website. The golf course is the other place to find him, where he often joins his fellow meteorologists on the links. Sean is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.

Cindy Masotti
Director of HR and Accounting

Cindy joined the WeatherWorks team in July 2008. She graduated from Montclair State College with a degree in Office systems administration. Cindy is responsible for the daily financial aspects of the company, customer service, assisting with the development of on-line services, managing office assistants and more. Cindy is the mother of two very active teenage children and in her spare time is an avid reader.

Ken Elliott
Director of Information Technology / Senior Meteorologist

Ken joined WeatherWorks as a full time Meteorologist in 2006. Ken “hails” from New York State, and attended college at The University at Albany, SUNY. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2005 with a Bachelor's Degree in Atmospheric Science and was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society.

Owing to his New York roots, Ken’s daily forecast responsibilities at WeatherWorks are focused on New York and nearby New England. Outside of “nuts and bolts” operational meteorology, Ken coordinates WeatherWorks’ companywide vast, and growing, Information Technology needs to improve the client experience and internal workflow. Additionally, Ken spends time enhancing current products as well as developing new ones for clients, and also enjoys the challenge of working on past weather reconstruction/forensic meteorology. Ken is proud to hold full memberships in both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.

In his spare time, Ken has varied interests ranging from digital photography and graphic design to reading mysteries, and of course living and dying (mostly dying of late) with his beloved Mets. While he might not admit it publicly, he probably watches too many reality TV shows on cable.

Rob Reale
Director of Meteorological Services / Senior Meteorologist

Rob is someone involved in a little bit of everything, both in and out of the office. He began his career at WeatherWorks as an intern and part-time employee while attending college at Rutgers University. After graduating in 2010, he became a full-time meteorologist and has taken on many responsibilities. Rob is both the Director of Education and Assistant Operations Manager, and has been recently working on product development and improvement.

Rob has spent his entire life in Northern and Central New Jersey and is proud to forecast there on a daily basis. Outside of work, he can be found fishing, playing guitar, watching his favorite sports teams (Rangers and Yankees), grabbing a drink, and consistently hitting fairways on the golf course... which fairway is another question...

Nick Sharr
Product Control Specialist / Lead Meteorologist

After interning with WeatherWorks for two years, Nick joined the company full time in January 2014. Nick graduated Magna Cum Laude from the State University of New York at Oneonta in December 2013. Growing up in the small town of Belvidere, NJ, he has always been fascinated with meteorology, but the significant flooding along the Delaware River in 2004, 2005, and 2006 showed him a different side of the weather. He saw first-hand how devastating extreme weather can be and he wanted to help prepare the public for these historic events. To accomplish this, Nick completed an undergraduate research project titled “Classification of Flood Intensity Along the Delaware River Basin” to help better predict major flooding events along the river.

Outside of the office, Nick‘s favorite hobbies include working out, playing all types of sports, and fishing. He is a huge Dallas Cowboy’s fan and loves the New York Mets. His childhood sports idols were Mike Piazza, Troy Aikman, and Emmitt Smith. Nick is an avid fisherman, who spends most of his summer nights catching striped bass and catfish along waterways in northwest NJ.


Thomas M Else
Senior Forensic Meteorologist | AMS CCM | ASM

Tommy joined Weather Works as an intern during the summer of 1996 and was hired as a full-time Meteorologist in May of 1997. He graduated from Kean University in 1997 with a degree in Earth Science | Meteorology and a minor in Mathematics. In addition, Tommy finished top in his Meteorology class, graduated Summa Cum Laude and was asked to receive a symbolic Bachelor of Arts degree at the commencement ceremonies on behalf of all the candidates in the School of Natural Science, Nursing and Mathematics. Tommy's daily work load consists of the following: creating weather forecasts, issuing storm alerts, briefing clients in, certified past weather reports for law firms (Plaintiff and Defense), testifying as a weather expert witness in court, recording weather forecasts on radio stations,  and more. Since graduating from Kean University, Tommy has completed courses dealing with Forensic Meteorology, such as, seminars on de-icing, anti-icing, abrasives, and snow & ice removal. He is a current member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. Tommy is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM) by the American Meteorological Society and was recently designated an Advanced Snow Manager (ASM) by the Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA).

Sherilyn Patrick
Director of Forensic and Data Services / Lead Meteorologist

Sherilyn joined WeatherWorks in July 2014 after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Rutgers University. She also received her Master's in Geoscience with a concentration in Applied Meteorology in August 2016 from Mississippi State University. She grew up in Wood-Ridge, New Jersey, only 15 minutes away from New York City. Although always curious about the weather, the 1999 Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak sparked her desire to study the science after watching news coverage and documentaries. She went storm chasing with Rutgers University for two weeks to study the storms first-hand in Tornado Alley, and caught a glimpse of her first tornado in northeastern New Mexico.

Sherilyn enjoys cardio, reading, and trying out the local spots around Warren County. She also has a cat, appropriately named Saffir (after the Saffir-Simpson scale of hurricanes), and will be getting another cat named Simpson. Besides forecasting and preparing Certified Snowfall Totals, she is a writer for the social media team and is on her way to becoming a forensic meteorologist.

Mark Miller
Assistant Forensic Meteorologist / Lead Meteorologist

Born and raised in the suburbs of Baltimore, MD, Mark has always had an affinity for looking up at the sky. From big snowstorms (like the Blizzard of '96) to big thunderstorms, there's not a storm he doesn't like. This fascination with weather from an early age led him to pursue a B.S. degree in Meteorology from Millersville University. After graduation in 2011, Mark went on to work at several private weather companies, gaining experience in various aspects of operational meteorology. Mark joined WeatherWorks as a full-time Meteorologist in August 2016, where in addition to day-to-day forecasting, issuing storm alerts to clients and monitoring weather, he also assists in collecting past weather data for forensics reports.

Outside of work, Mark is an avid sports fan and always enjoys watching his Baltimore Orioles and Ravens. Along with watching sports, Mark likes to get outside to run and play golf. He also enjoys spending time with his wife, Jess, and two cats, Grimmy and Sissy.

Zach Chabala
Forensic Coordinator / Associate Meteorologist

Raised in a small rural town in the mountains of Northeastern PA, Zach’s interest in weather began at a young age. He was fascinated with all aspects of weather from summertime thunderstorms to winter snowstorms, but it wasn’t until the Valentine’s Day Blizzard of 2007 that he knew he wanted to become a meteorologist. After graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science in Meteorology from Penn State in 2017, he joined the WeatherWorks staff in the summer of the same year. In addition to day-to-day forecasting and client briefings, he also assists in collecting past weather data for forensic reports.

Outside of work, Zach is a diehard sports fan and religiously watches and obsesses over Penn State sports, the Eagles, the Phillies, and NASCAR. Zach is also an avid outdoorsman and can usually be found in a trout stream with his fly rod or on a bass boat in the middle of a lake on his days off. In any extra spare time he has, you can find him playing classic rock or country music on his guitars. 

Software Development

Brian Silviotti
Director of Software Development

Brian has been with WeatherWorks since the fall of 2010. Originally from Westchester County, NY, he attended The University at Albany, earning both a bachelor’s and master’s in atmospheric science. Since joining WeatherWorks as an operational meteorologist, Brian has taken on the role of “science officer” where he is responsible for making sure both existing and upcoming products hold up to the highest scientific standards. Brian has recently become more active in the software development department, helping design and program computer applications. When not doing weather, Brian enjoys playing classical and jazz piano, weightlifting, and watching movies.

Tim Nix

Tim joined WeatherWorks in April 2014 as a junior software developer. After growing up in northern New Jersey, Tim graduated with a bachelor's degree in computer science from Stevens Institute of Technology. At WeatherWorks Tim has been working with fellow Software Developer Mat Gilbert to explore technologies and develop new software. On the weekends, Tim can be found reading science fiction or developing new game ideas.

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Tony Selimo
Broadcast Meteorologist

Tony never forgets a storm, especially a snow storm. He can recall storm facts from years ago, as if they occurred yesterday. He has a very natural style of delivery, and has been forecasting weather for radio stations across the Northeast for over twenty years. Tony has received his Masters Degree in Communications from William Paterson University. This expertise often finds Tony providing educational seminars on Meteorology and Science in class rooms throughout the Northeast. Tony has instructed meteorology courses at several colleges and universities across northern New Jersey. He has been instrumental in training K through 12 Science teachers in Meteorology as part of a National Science Foundation grant. Tony has experienced first hand the effects of microclimatology, living on one of the highest elevations in New Jersey for years. This has provided him with a greater understanding of the topographical variations in snowfall distributions.

Brian Clavier
Lead Meteorologist

Born in Watertown, NY and raised in Lancaster County Pennsylvania (yes… Amish Country), Brian’s interest in meteorology began much later than most. As an upperclassman in high school he enjoyed keeping track of hurricane seasons, especially after the active summer in 2005. A meteorology class as a senior sealed the deal and four years later (2012) he graduated from Penn State with a Bachelor’s in Meteorology and a Minor in Military Studies (a result of two years in Air Force ROTC). After graduation, he started working for WeatherWorks as a CST Analyst in November of 2012 before joining the staff as a forecaster for the very active 2013-14 winter season. Brian is now part of the Data and Stats Department and forecasts for our Midwest Regions.

Though many have guessed him for a basketball (occasionally volleyball) player over the years, he is actually a skilled bowler and still joins leagues when his work schedule allows. He also loves following Nittany Lion football and has been a lifelong Nascar fan where he now roots for the #24 of Chase Elliott.

Andrew Barney
Lead Meteorologist

Andrew was born and raised in Central Jersey, calling northern Ocean County his home for many years. After experiencing a few blockbuster snowstorms (particularly President’s Day 2003 and the winter of 2009-10), and spending much of his time tracking active hurricane seasons, he decided to pursue his long-held passion for weather at Penn State University in 2010. Andrew graduated from Penn State with a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology in Spring 2014, and joined the WeatherWorks team the following Fall.

At WeatherWorks, Andrew is primarily involved in forecasting and social media. In addition to creating forecasts, alerts, and producing Certified Snowfall Total reports for clients across the country, he assists in creating engaging content and promoting the WeatherWorks brand on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram.

In his free time, Andrew thoroughly enjoys spending time with his friends and family. He also enjoys hiking, relaxing at the beach, traveling, and watching sports.

Chris Castellano
Lead Meteorologist

Raised in South Jersey, Chris’s fascination with storms began at an early age while watching coverage of the Superstorm of 1993. He even pretended to be a weatherman in front of the wall in his kitchen. Eventually, the Blizzard of 1996 stamped his love for weather after nearly three feet of snow fell in his hometown. Further fueled by several hurricanes and severe weather events, it was decided in high school that he would pursue this passion in college, eventually attending Rutgers University and receiving his Bachelor of Science in Meteorology in 2008.

After several years of professional experience in the field, Chris joined WeatherWorks in October of 2015. Along with being a member of the forecasting team, he also chips in on radio, broadcasting for several stations across the Tri - State Area. Besides forecasting, his other responsibilities have branched out to Certified Snowfall Totals, writing for the Midwest Newsletter and blogs, as well as becoming a growing member of the forensic meteorology team.

Chris is also a bowler outside of his work, attending leagues or just open bowling with friends and family when time permits. He is an avid sports fan, and loves rooting for the Mets, Rangers, Giants, and Knicks. He attends games whenever he can, including going back to his alma mater to watch Rutgers football.

Cody Hewitt
Lead Meteorologist

Born in Central New Jersey, Cody grew up and lived in Woodbridge, NJ for practically his whole life. Even at the age of 2, he remembers the Blizzard of '96 when the snow was way above his head at two and a half feet. This started his passion for weather and he began keeping a close eye on storms, especially to see if schools would be closing or not. The winters of 2005-06 and 2009-10 are particularly memorable to him. Cody eventually went on to attend Rutgers University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology in the Spring of 2015. He then started working at WeatherWorks the following fall, mainly helping to produce forecasts and Certified Snowfall Totals. Cody also assists with the company's Long Range Forecast products.

In his spare time, Cody likes to play video games, go for walks, and enjoys the beach. He also loves to travel, having been all the way east into Europe and west to Hawaii. Astronomy is also his other passion next to weather so when the skies are clear, you can catch him stargazing.

Brad Miller
Lead Meteorologist

After living in Charleston, SC, for 17 years, Brad returned to the Poconos during the summer of 2015 and joined WeatherWorks that October.  His obsession with weather began when he was a little boy.  He would "draw up" his own forecasts and give them to his parents, friends, and teachers, especially when there was snow expected.  You know that you love weather when the night before a snowstorm you feel like a kid on Christmas Eve.  Brad's love for weather continued as he got older and decided that he wanted to be a meteorologist.  Brad is orginally from Edison, NJ, then moved to the Poconos after high school. From there, he attended Millersville University and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology. However, Brad developed "the golf bug" after college and moved to Charleston, SC for a short career as a golf professional (not a touring pro). While in the golf business, Brad remained passionate about the weather and did some "fill-in" work at one of the local TV stations. Quickly, he realized, wow, I can get paid to be on TV!  Well, one thing led to another and Brad ended up as a full time broadcast meteorologist at WCSC - TV (CBS) for about 12 years. But, now he's back in the Northeast enjoying all 4 seasons again, and yes, even the snow. Brad is an operational meteorologist here at WeatherWorks and also helps out with the social media department. He enjoys his time at WeatherWorks and looks forward to forecasting and talking to our clients every day.

Other than golf, Brad likes to run and bike to stay in shape. He is a die hard Yankees, Giants, and Rangers fan and has seen them all in action since moving back to the area. Fantasy football is also a hobby and things get rather interesting around the WeatherWorks office during football season!

Nate Wiles
Lead Meteorologist/Assistant Director Sales & Marketing

Growing up, Nathan’s eyes never left the sky or the radar for that matter, always fascinated with Mother Nature and the excitement it would bring. He spent much of his time growing up outdoors in Northeast PA camping out and fishing, participated in Boy Scouts and earned the Eagle Scout award at 16 years old. Some of his favorite memories were watching thunderstorms roll across the Finger Lakes during the summer months and looking at stars in the wintertime sky. He also took a strong interest in the environment and went on to pursue his degree in Meteorology from Penn State University, focusing in Air Quality and earning a minor in Music Technology. Nathan worked for the Penn State Department of Meteorology fresh out of college, forecasting air pollution for the mid-Atlantic. He later joined the WeatherWorks team in December 2016 and now finds himself in a lead forecaster roll and assistant director of sales and marketing. On the side, Nathan enjoys playing music with his band and exploring new places. He is an avid Penn State sports fan and also enjoys going to sporting events and concerts in his spare time.

Mike Priante
Associate Meteorologist

Born in NY but raised in NJ, Michael has had a passion in meteorology ever since he was very young. His first run in with the weather was during the Blizzard of 1996, and although only a toddler, he remembers most of the event through pictures and faint memories. His meteorological journey did not get going until college, though Michael did have a short stint as the special weather observer for his Kindergarten class. After graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science in Meteorology in 2016 from Penn State, he joined the WeatherWorks team in the fall of that same year. He currently helps to produces forecasts, Certified Snowfall Totals, and briefs clients on weather events.

When he’s not actively watching weather at work, Michael enjoys hanging out with his friends and family, watching TV shows, football games, and sleeping. He also loves history, taking up hobbies in coin collecting and metal detecting, which keep him busy from time to time.

Joe Slezak
Lead Meteorologist

Weather, weather, weather! Quantifying, and performing complex analyses of our complex atmosphere is a challenge that has enamored Joe as long as he can remember. When it came time to apply for college, Joe was one of the lucky few who had no difficulty selecting a major to seek. Joe attended Rutgers University and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology in the spring of 2015.  Joe took a circuitous route back to WeatherWorks following an internship at our company back in 2015. In his time before returning to WeatherWorks full time in 2017, Joe developed IT knowledge configuring servers at Rutgers University, and developed a master’s thesis on thunderstorm initiation. 

When not forecasting, programming, or doing research, Joe enjoys spending time with his fiance Jackie, tinkering with computers and cars, and going fishing.

Alex Carne

Alex’s interest in weather began from a severe thunderstorm that hit his hometown of Huntington Woods, Michigan when he was growing up. His passion for weather has only grown since that day, leading him to pursue meteorology as a career. He achieved his Bachelor’s degree in meteorology from Valparaiso University, and continued his studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he earned his Master’s. His love of forecasting eventually led him to WeatherWorks, where he now enjoys putting his passion to work. Alex’s interests include traveling, golf, hockey, and hanging out at the beach.

Zach Murphy
Associate Meteorologist

Hailing from Kenosha County, Wisconsin, Zach has been fascinated with weather for much of his childhood. However, it wasn’t until high school when several memorable Midwestern weather events made him respect weather even more. These included an EF-3 tornado that struck Kenosha County on January 7, 2008, numerous derechos, and a historic blizzard that brought 2-3 feet of snow to southern Wisconsin on February 2, 2011. Fueled by a desire to understand how such events occurred, Zach eventually went on to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison and earned a B.S. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences in 2015. He then went on to earn an M.S. in Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences at the University at Albany in 2017. His M.S. research examined the linkages between Arctic Outbreaks in the Northeast U.S. and teleconnection patterns.

Zach joined the WeatherWorks team in September 2017. In addition to usual forecasting duties, he produces Certified Snowfall Totals for clients around the country. Furthermore, he is becoming more engaged with the company’s software development department, and enjoys designing computer programs that assist our meteorologists with day-to-day projects. Out of the office, Zach has a variety of interests ranging from computer programming to watching movies with his friends and family. He is fairly skilled in painting and drawing, and loves to create abstract art pieces. Zach loves to travel as well, and enjoys going to various destinations throughout northern New Jersey and the Lehigh Valley. 

David Witten
Associate Meteorologist

From the first crack of thunder to the first snowstorm he can remember, David has always been fascinated by the weather. He grew up in PA in the suburbs of Philadelphia where his passion for big east coast storms began. It all started when David would be excited to color in the weather chart in his kindergarten class based on the type of weather he observed that morning. By the time he started middle school, the journey really began when he became involved in his local TV station weather blog. His basic knowledge of forecasting and understanding of the different types of weather models quickly grew. By the time he started high school, David became known as “The Weather Man” and “Weather Witten” around town when his 9th grade English teacher introduced him to CITV where he did the weather live 3-days a week. His interest in weather then lead him to attend The Pennsylvania State University where he joined the Campus Weather Service and learned even more about forecasting. He graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Meteorology and a minor in GIS in May 2017. David eventually moved on to join WeatherWorks in September 2017. Some of his responsibilities include forecasting, briefing clients, Certified Snowfall Totals, and many data projects.

Outside of weather, some of his other interests include programming, working with GIS, and video editing. He enjoys hiking, biking, music, spending time with family and friends, and is a Philadelphia and Penn State sports fan. 

James Sullivan
Lead Long Range Meteorologist

From Solon, Ohio, a Cleveland suburb, James has been interested in the weather for as long as he can remember. A distinct memory for him is the Veteran’s Day 2002 tornado outbreak, during which a tornado went right down his street. James began learning to predict the weather in middle school and high school by telling his classmates whether or not they could expect a snow day, and went to Ohio University where he graduated with his bachelors in meteorology in spring of 2016. James began working with WeatherWorks as a part time Long Range Meteorologist the following fall, and joined the staff as a full-time meteorologist in the summer of 2018. James’ duties include Long Range forecasting, creating daily forecasts, sending storm alerts to clients, and Certified Snowfall Totals. Being from Cleveland, James is unfortunately a fan of all of their sports teams, including the Browns (his words, not James is proud to say that he watched a considerable portion of the Browns games during their historic 2017 season.