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Dan has lived in Connecticut his entire life, and loves working in his home state.
Like many in the weather business, Dan has always had a passion for weather. Growing up in Cheshire, he remembers being 8 years old and venturing outside during thunderstorms, much to his mother’s dismay. He spent a good chunk of his childhood reading weather books and watching tornado chasing videos. Dan is a big fan of severe weather, and loves the excitement of breaking weather news.

Dan graduated from Western Connecticut State University with a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology. While at WCSU, he produced and anchored many school run weather broadcasts for the University’s website, as well as forecasts for the school’s radio station. He was a member of the baseball team, and patrolled center field at WCSU for 4 years.

After college, Dan got his start at WGGB ABC40/FOX6 in Springfield, MA, where he was the weekend weather anchor.

Dan is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, the highest certification from the American Meteorology Society. He still enjoys brushing up on his old weather textbooks! In his meager free time he enjoys running, playing baseball, and spending time with his family.


Recent Articles
  • Some sun and more showers this weekend

    The Memorial Holiday Weekend will feature a mix of sun and clouds but also plan for a couple of rounds of showers. Your Friday afternoon looks drier with some brightening or at least a few breaks the clouds. Temperatures will be on the cool side with highs the 60s. Saturday will be the pick of the weekend with partly cloudy skies with highs in the low 70s. Sunday is not too bad either with sunshine to start followed by increasing […]

  • NASA’s Cassini mission preps for ‘Grand Finale’ at Saturn

    HARTFORD —  A NASA space mission with a 20 year life span is coming to an end this year, with the probe crashing into the planet Saturn. It’s all for a good reason, and it may help out humanity in the future. They’re calling it the “grand finale.” The Cassini space probe has been orbiting Saturn for many years now, taking some amazing photos and teaching us so much about the ringed planet and its 62 moons. But it’s almost out […]

  • Cloudy and cool with periods of rain and drizzle today

    An unsettled weather pattern is not over yet, so keep that umbrella nearby. You may also reach for a light jacket in the coming days. Clouds will increase tonight with showers developing Thursday morning. Thursday will be cloudy, cool and wet with showers becoming more numerous throughout the day. High temperatures will struggle in the 50s to near 60 degrees. Most of Friday will be dry but there is a chance for a few leftover showers, especially in the morning. […]

  • Keep an umbrella nearby as scattered showers come into play Thursday

    Thursday will be cloudy, cool and wet with showers becoming more numerous throughout the day. High temperatures will struggle in the 50s to near 60 degrees. Most of Friday will be dry but there is a chance for a few leftover showers, especially in the morning. While most of the day will be cloudy, a few breaks of sun are possible late. Temperatures will once again stay lower than normal with highs in the 60s. Saturday will be the pick […]

  • Partly sunny this afternoon, with temperatures in the 70s

    After a cool and dreary day yesterday, we’ll have much more pleasant conditions today. Highs will be in the 70s with sunshine and a few passing clouds. Tomorrow morning, there may be a few showers and possibly a period of steadier rain as a storm system passes to our southeast. After that moves out, some sun may come out with highs in the 70s yet again. There’s yet another chance for rain on Thursday morning, with a flow out of […]

  • National Weather Service offers tips on how to prepare for a hurricane

    HARTFORD —  It’s not hurricane season yet, but the national weather service is asking that people be ready for storms before they come. Those of you on the shoreline know all too well how rough it can be when a tropical system makes landfall in our area. Storm names like Sandy, Irene and Gloria come to mind. So as we know, it’s not out of the ordinary for Connecticut to see these types of storms. The National Weather Service has […]

  • Hacking remains the cause for tornado sirens that echoed across Dallas

    HARTFORD —  It was a loud night in Dallas this past weekend, as a hacker got control of the city’s tornado sirens. If you’ve ever heard tornado sirens, you know they can be terrifying. But typically, it’s just a few going off at a time during a severe weather event. Just before midnight on Friday night, all of the 156 sirens in the city of Dallas went off, sounding like a zombie apocalypse across the city. Pretty much the entire city […]

  • Is all this rain helping our drought?

    HARTFORD — Rain can be a good thing, even though it’s often looked at as a negative. The problem with last summer was that it just didn’t rain, and unfortunately we built up an extreme drought across Connecticut. It led to low water levels in the rivers and reservoirs. We’ve made big strides the last few weeks with storm after storm. Water levels at reservoirs across the state are looking more impressive than they did a few months ago. Our […]

  • Did you know the Great Barrier Reef is dying?

    HARTFORD  —  Warmer water in the southern Pacific Ocean is helping to kill coral, causing them to turn white in a process known as bleaching. A study released earlier this month by the Australian government found “The highest sea surface temperatures across the great barrier reef on record.” Those warm temperatures are leading to a loss of algae inside the coral, which contributes to that bleaching. In one spot off the northeast coast of Australia, over 80 percent of the […]

  • What is Earth Hour 2017?

    HARTFORD —  This weekend, people across the world will turn off the lights to make a statement about protecting the earth. The World Wildlife Fund is asking people to turn up the dark! On Saturday, March 25 at 8:30 p.m., big landmarks across the world will all go dark for an hour, in support of action on climate change. Landmarks like the Empire State Building, the Sydney Opera House, and the Eiffel Tower will all turn off the lights for Earth […]