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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
  • A beautiful, warm, sunny weekend with temps in the 70s

    As if it wasn’t mild enough, warmer temps underway just in time for the weekend. Both today and Sunday will be sunny and warm with highs in the mid to upper 70s. Windsor Locks could approach 80 degrees! It will be slightly cooler at the shoreline with highs in the low to mid 70s, still well above average for this time of year, feeling more like early September. Clouds will start to increase on Monday followed by some rain on […]

  • Lego unveils ‘Women of NASA’ set with astronauts, scientists

    ENFIELD — Lego has unveiled a set of figures celebrating the women of NASA. The 231-piece set features Sally Ride, the first American female astronaut, and Mae Jemison, the first black woman to travel in space. Also included in the set are figures of astronomer and educator Nancy Grace Roman and computer scientist Margaret Hamilton. Lego versions of the Space Shuttle Challenger, the Hubble Space telescope can be put together with the set. A miniature version of Hamilton’s workspace at […]

  • Precautions to EEE mosquito virus

    HARTFORD —  Eastern Equine Encephalytis (EEE) is carried by mosquitoes and they typically give it to birds or horses. But in rare cases it can be transmitted to humans. It is still a serious virus with a mortality rate of around 33 percent. If a mosquito with EEE were to bite you, there’s a 95 percent chance you won’t get the virus, and even if you’re unlucky enough to get it, there are varying degrees of what you’d experience. Most […]

  • Frosty start for Tuesday

    Well, fall is here. It’s noticeably cooler out there today, with temperatures in the 50s and a gusty breeze. Tonight is when the temperatures really drop off. Lows will drop into the 30s with the chance for widespread frost across the area. Because of that, a Frost Advisory has been issued for most of the state, with the exception of the immediate shoreline. We’ll have another cool day on Tuesday. After that chilly start, high temperatures will only get up […]

  • Do you know what Artificial Intelligence is?

    HARTFORD — First off, what is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? To find out a bit more, we talked to professor Mark Hoffman from Quinnipiac University. “Basically, you’re making machines that have human characteristics, intelligence being one of those characteristics,” said Hoffman. We use AI all the time, and for many of us, without even knowing it. Your TV has it, your coffeemaker has it, your car uses it. Think anti-lock brakes or traction control. The iPhone’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa are […]

  • Eclipse viewers across the state enthralled by heavenly event

    MADISON — The excitement over the Great American Eclipse 2017 mounting through the day Monday nationwide and in Connecticut. Families began gathering at Hammonasset State Beach mid-day to be ready for the start of the eclipse around 1:25pm. Many parents told FOX61 this was a special opportunity to make a new set of family memories. “I haven’t seen an eclipse since I was 9-years-old, and I looked at the calendar and I said my daughter’s nine and I thought we’ve […]

  • Sunny, warm and pleasantness for Sunday

    Storms to our west are weakening as they move towards us, but we may have a leftover shower as the night goes on. Otherwise, it’ll be partly cloudy tonight with lows in the 60s. Sunday will be a bit less humid, sunny and warm with highs in the low to mid 80s. Then it looks like things heat up early next week with highs approaching 90 degrees Monday and Tuesday. Of course, the big solar eclipse is on Monday, and the […]

  • Frequently asked questions about the solar eclipse

    What exactly is an eclipse? It’s simply the moon passing in front of the sun, creating a shadow over a small portion of the Earth. The area of totality is the spot that will be getting the full darkness of that shadow, while here in Connecticut we’ll be in a partial eclipse, which means the sun will be 67 percent covered. It’ll look like a crescent sun, sort of like the moon looks at times in the night sky, except […]

  • Students from Connecticut teaming up with NASA to live stream solar eclipse

    WEST HARTFORD —  Students from the University of Hartford have teamed up with their peers from the University of Bridgeport to send up a weather balloon high into the atmosphere on August 21. Equipped with a high-def camera, it’ll be aiding with NASA’s groundbreaking live stream of what’s being referred to as the Great American Solar Eclipse. If you see a group of scientists and engineers standing in a field, there’s bound to be something interesting going on. Tuesday’s launch […]

  • Over 60 planets discovered by Yale Astronomy student

    HARTFORD —  Yale astronomers have announced the discovery of 60 more planets in our galaxy. With these planets, they’re appropriately calling it a cosmic barbecue, with the announcement coming right around July 4th. They’re being described as hot Jupiters. They’re Jupiter-sized gas planets that orbit their stars super close. So close in fact, that their orbit takes less than a week; meaning a year is a week-long on those planets. What they discovered is impressive enough, but it’s also a […]