I'm the weekday evening meteorologist here at FOX6. I joined the FOX6 Weather Team in June 2014. It’s great to be home again. Ever since age 3, I knew I wanted to be a meteorologist. I grew up in Mequon, watching and learning from former FOX6 Chief Meteorologist Vince Condella. In high school, I was fortunate to intern with Vince. So, it’s a dream come true to work at FOX6.
After graduating from Homestead High School, I attended both the University of Oklahoma and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I dove into the business early, interning at many TV stations in both Milwaukee and Oklahoma City. I also interned at The Weather Channel in Atlanta. After college, I spent two years as Chief Meteorologist at KNOP-TV in North Platte, Nebraska before moving to WJHL-TV in northeast Tennessee. I met my beautiful wife in Tennessee and we headed for Kansas City, where I worked at KCTV for 6 years, doing TV weather and storm chasing for the station.
I was one of the first 200 people in the country to receive the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation (“CBM”) from the American Meteorological Society. I was also honored to receive the 2019 Best Weathercast Award from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association.
When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my daughter and traveling with my wife.
Scattered showers taper off after sunset. Temperatures in the 40s. A few more spotty showers overnight. Mostly cloudy on Friday with a few afternoon rain showers.
This is the FOX6 Weather Experts updated daily text forecast.
Rain moves in overnight and continues until 10am-11am. Expect a soggy morning commute. A few scattered afternoon showers and t-storms possible. Highs in the low 50s.
Rain showers will move in overnight and continue on Thursday morning. Temperatures in the 40s. Scattered afternoon t-storms on Thursday with a high in the low 50s.
Chilly overnight with temperatures in the upper 30s by morning. The sun returns on Wednesday with highs in the 50s. Rain returns late Wednesday night.
Skies will clear out overnight. Temperatures will drop into the upper 30s by morning. Possibly a little patchy frost inland. The sun returns on Wednesday with a high in the 50s.
Rain will move out overnight. Temperatures in the upper 40s by morning. Mostly cloudy and blustery on Tuesday with a high in the low-to-mid 50s.
Showers and t-storms rumbling through tonight. Heavy rain. The rain will end after 10pm-11pm. Over 1" of rain possible in spots.
Thunderstorms mainly north of Milwaukee overnight. Temperature in the 50s near the lake, 60s inland. Scattered morning t-storms with storms becoming more numerous by afternoon/evening.
Scattered t-storms north of Milwaukee this evening. Temperatures falling into the 60s overnight. A few morning scattered storms but the big push of storms will move in from the west late in the afternoon/early evening.