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ABOUT ME

Throughout my childhood, I was fascinated with science and weather. This interest continued into college, where I received a B.S. in meteorology from the University of Kansas. After graduation, I worked at several TV stations across the country: KMBC (Kansas City, MO), KIMT (Mason City, IA), KRCR (Redding, CA), WTVR (Richmond, VA).

In 2011, I moved to San Diego to pursue another passion of mine - brewing beer. Surprisingly, there is a lot of science involved with this craft! I worked at Ballast Point for ten years and now I'm opening my own brewery in downtown San Diego - East Village Brewing Company.

I still love forecasting and tracking storms. This website is part of an ongoing project to provide quality long-range outlooks for San Diego and most of Southern California. If any major changes head this way, you will be the first to know!


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(Samples of my work at WTVR in Richmond, VA)



3 comments:

  1. Excellent site. Anyone who brews a great beer and is a student of the weather should be seriously followed! Could you please direct me to a source that tracked San Diego temperatures and rainfall prior to 2011, would appreciate. Thanks and keep up the great work!

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    1. Thanks for the kind words! It looks like the National Weather Service in San Diego now has local climate records dating back to 1850. Here is the link:

      https://www.weather.gov/wrh/climate?wfo=sgx

      Feel free to reach out with any other questions!

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  2. As of March 29, my backyard rain gage shows 7 inches of rain for this year... Imperial Beach area

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