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!
Almost ⅔ of the United States experienced near or record-setting heat on Thursday, Dec. 2 thanks to a massive ridge of high pressure in the southwestern portion of the United States.
The frequency of 50s drastically declines historically as we go through December and Thursday, Dec. 2 might be as nice as we get until March.
Welcome to the coldest, darkest, and snowiest time of the year in Wisconsin!
One of Wisconsin's most elusive and uncommon visitors has returned for winter -- with numerous sightings across the greater Milwaukee area.
A partial lunar eclipse will be visible in the western sky Friday morning, Nov. 19, and reach its maximum at 3:02 a.m.
The first accumulating snowfall of the season is likely Sunday, Nov. 12.
Trace amounts of snow possible Friday, Nov. 12, and Sunday, Nov. 14 but it won't stick around for long.
Cold air rushes in behind our rainy weather Thursday, Nov. 11, and will give us multiple snow chances. This will be our coldest stretch of weather in over 200 days.
Colder air plunges in to end the week and will allow for our first widespread snow chance of the season Friday, Nov. 12, and another chance Sunday, Nov. 14.
Multiple rain chances next week will set the tone for a wetter than average pattern heading into mid-November.