I'm probably best known as the weather forecaster for The Radio Vermont Group. I have a consulting business called Weathering Heights Consulting.
I started in weather in the 1974 with US Army and continued with numerous stints with NOAA, NWS from California to Kansas City to Cape Hatteras to New York and Vermont.
In Vermont, I have done weather consulting for such clients as the Grateful Dead, Woodstock II, Lollapolusa, Vermont Symphony, Mozart Festival, Stowe Performing Arts and a bunch of others. Other clients include various snow removal contracts from the state of Vermont, City of Montpelier and other towns, as well as my local innovative utility Washington Electric Cooperative.
Mountain forecasting is tricky and as you would expect more intense as weather in Vermont and New England is very "in your face."
I enjoy Earth Sciences and the inter-relationships of our most prescious resource - Nature. I prefer the use of technology in ways to help us as a species go with the flow instead of rebelling against it, and reject those who support "old ways of thinking".
These are exciting times for new and innovative ways to deal with our energy problems and we need to open our minds on what is working and what is not.
Away from the science side, I have also been a fairly accomplished drummer/percussionist for last 35 years and have played in a number local bands across northern Vermont.
For me, the rythms of music and weather go hand in hand, naturally, but this is not about me - it's about the best ski weather..
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