I’m from Chicago and a graduate of Northern Illinois University.
I began my career in meteorology forecasting in the mountains of Twin Falls, Idaho. I moved back to the Midwest to forecast sub-zero temperatures and lake-effect snow in Green Bay and covered numerous severe weather events in Northeast Wisconsin, including a blizzard as well as a dangerous thunderstorm, that delayed the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits.
I then moved down to Indianapolis! I needed a little more severe weather (and warmth!)
I spent 6 years in the Hoosier state and loved exploring what Indiana has to offer. I’ve covered 5 Indianapolis 500 races and plenty of severe weather in central Indiana.
I’m excited to forecast for the beautiful state of Michigan (especially during the summer and fall!)
A warm and humid start to Wednesday morning. This will set us up for a warm and muggy day with highs in the lower to mid-80s. We'll have a cold front approach the state which will generate showers and storms.
Tuesday morning will be dry with showers moving in the early afternoon.
Temperatures are cool with most spots in the mid-50s. We'll warm up quickly through the afternoon with highs headed to the mid to upper 70s. Expect to see a blue sky and plenty of sunshine.
We're expecting a quiet evening with temperatures falling through the 70s. We'll bottom out in the mid-60s early Saturday morning.
A quiet and clear start will include temperatures in the low 70s with lots of sun.
Expect pretty easy weather conditions Wednesday and most of Thursday before showers return for the end of the week.
Tuesday will be a mainly sunny day with highs climbing to the lower 80s. There is a stray shower chance this afternoon.
Expect to see a bright and slightly warmer day with highs in the mid to upper 80s with humidity levels increasing through the day.
Severe thunderstorms in Metro Detroit are expected to bring hail and strong winds Thursday afternoon.
The risk of severe weather in Metro Detroit on Thursday afternoon is now Enhanced, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).