Introducing Our Staff, Part 3
For this next staff interview, we’ll be focusing on another more recently hired employee, Matt Potter. Matt began at Weatherworks in August of 2012. Born in one of my favorite cities to pronounce, Worcester, MA, he has since spent most of his life since in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Matt has received his B.S. degree in Meteorology from Millersville where he also graduated Cum Laude back in 2010. More recently, Matt received his M.S. in Atmospheric Science from the University of Albany in August 2012.
I sat down with Matt and asked him a few general questions:
Introducing Our Staff, Part 2
Next in our list of meteorologists is our Midwest guy, Matt Gillen. Matt was born in Naperville, IL which is a western suburb of Chicago. He graduated from Northern Illinois in May of 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Meteorology, a minor in Geography, and a certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Matt works with GIS at the company to help all the departments, including forensics. Matt is a huge Chicago Bears fan but enjoys watching/playing many sports. I sat down and asked Matt a few questions:
Get to Know Our Staff, Part 1
First, I want to thank all of you for reading our blogs on the site. Our meteorologists work hard to write blogs that are interesting and at the same time informative. Speaking of our meteorologists, I have decided to do a mini-series going a little more in-depth into the workers here at WeatherWorks. My goal with these blogs is to take you behind the forecasts, blogs, and all the other products we provide to show you the great employees that put it all together.
1950 Thanksgiving Day Storm
After being down in Atlantic City and along the shore and seeing how so many people were affected by Sandy, I decided to write about another big storm that hit the northeast on Thanksgiving Day 62 years ago. This storm had everything, high winds, heavy snow, and very cold temperatures all the way into the South. It started as a strong upper level low pressure system moved over the Great Lakes area.