Tom joined the CBS 21 family as Chief Meteorologist in 2002. He is a well-traveled broadcaster having worked in cities from Maine to California and Florida to Pennsylvania. Tom has won many awards for his work including an Emmy and numerous AP Awards.
He is a big fan of PA weather with its four distinct seasons and the challenges that go with them. Tom has covered major weather events in Central Pennsylvania including the devastating Cambelltown tornado in 2004 as well as the record snowfall in 2010.
Tom is known for his involvement in the community. He is on the Board of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, works with CBS 21 helping the MDA, March of Dimes and other groups. And you can often find him in our schools teaching kids all about the weather.
With all it has to offer, Tom loves to call the midstate home. He believes that it is a great place to raise a family. Tom lives in Harrisburg with his wife and three daughters.
Tom is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association and holds seals of approval from both organizations.