I joined the FOX6 Weather team in September 2019. I’m so excited to be back in the Midwest and closer to home. I grew up in Rochester, Minnesota and went to school at Iowa State. Yes, let's get this out of the way. I am a Vikings fan. But I am in general just a huge sports guy — and more than anything respect all teams -- just some more than others.
I previously worked in Des Moines, Iowa and most recently in Tyler, Texas where I’ve seen all kinds of weather firsthand from hurricanes to tornadoes. I nerd out in any severe weather circumstance. But there is no weather I enjoy more than upper-70s and sunny skies.
I already mentioned sports. But I follow everything from college to the pros. Football, basketball, and baseball are my bread and butter -- but I like hockey as well. Most of all I love the outdoors. Camping, hiking, snow skiing, water skiing, and in general being active is just the way I’ve always been. In my life, I’ve been to more than 25 national parks -- and hopefully, by the time I kick the bucket, I’ve been to them all.
I’ve got a cat named Coors who you’ll see every once in a while on my social media and all other kinds of random posts and if you want feel free to follow! I’m so excited to be in Milwaukee!
Cold weather means it's time for owls to take center stage as the top predators in southeast Wisconsin. Believe it or not, this is one of the best times of year to see them.
The start of December marks the beginning of Meteorological Winter and goes all the way through the end of February.
We're looking quiet across the Midwest with the only real widespread precipitation chance coming early Sunday morning, Nov. 27.
Colder weather and northern winds mean more and more sandhill cranes are heading south. Thousands are being seen across the region. Here's why.
Dark-eyed juncos -- otherwise known as the literal "snowbird" -- have returned to Wisconsin and will be around all winter.
Lake effect snow drops some of the most extreme snowfalls in the country, and just south of Buffalo, New York is in line to get a pounding.
Winter-like cold air moves in to end the week and lasts into the weekend. The good news is we do see some improvement next week!
Milwaukee tied all-time November record highs back on Nov. 10 and has a great chance to set record lows just 10 days later
Forecasting snow totals for Milwaukee is hard anytime of year but especially hard in the fall. Here's why.
Not only did Milwaukee see a record high for Nov. 10, but it also tied the all-time November record high almost two weeks into the month.