Eric Fisher is Leader Meteorologist for CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV. He anchors climate segments weeknights at 5PM, 6PM, and 11PM, in addition to WBZ-TV Information at 8PM on CBS Information Boston and TV38. Fisher is a common contributor to CBS Information, continuously discovered reporting on breaking serious climate around the nation.
Born and raised in New England, Eric says there are few puts on earth that produce climate like this little nook of the U.S. It provides the demanding situations of blockbuster snowstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, warmth waves, frigid chilly snaps and dramatic seasonal shifts. Eric vividly recalls Memorial Day of 1995 as an afternoon that helped solidify his trail as a meteorologist, when an notorious twister ripped thru Nice Barrington within the Berkshires. Glued to the crimson warnings crawling around the display and gazing the radar, his profession in climate used to be born.
Fisher joined WBZ-TV Information from The Climate Channel in Atlanta the place he spent 3 years as a Meteorologist. He produced and delivered nationwide forecasts and contributed to a lot of reside studies on excessive climate for The Climate Channel, NBC Nightly Information, TODAY and MSNBC. One of the vital maximum notable occasions Fisher reported from come with the Moore, Oklahoma twister in 2013; the 2011 twister Tremendous Outbreak; Hurricanes Sandy, Irene, and Isaac; and the large blizzards that necessarily close down New York Town in December of 2010 and Boston in February of 2013. Contemporary instances have sadly supplied no scarcity of herbal failures. In the past Fisher labored because the morning meteorologist at WGGB-TV in Springfield, Massachusetts.
A supporter of science and studying, Eric is a member of each the Mount Washington Observatory and the Blue Hill Observatory right here in New England. Eric is a graduate of the State College of New York at Albany (SUNY) with a B.S. stage in Atmospheric Science and a minor in Arithmetic.
Zack Green is the weekday morning meteorologist for CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV. He also provides weekday morning forecasts for CBS News Boston, our live streaming news service.
A Rhode Island native, Zack joined WBZ-TV in June 2019. Prior to that, he was the weekday morning meteorologist for NBC10 in Providence, RI. Zack spent his early television years in Montana and North Carolina.
Zack graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Atmospheric Sciences.
Sarah Wroblewski is a meteorologist at WBZ-TV. Wroblewski brings you the NEXT Weather forecast weekend evenings on WBZ-TV, as well as contributing throughout the week.
Wroblewski is an experienced local meteorologist who has spent over ten years anchoring and reporting on some of the biggest weather events across the Boston market. Prior to that, Wroblewski worked at Weather Services International in Andover, MA. She began her career at WBZ-TV as a weather producer and weekend morning Meteorologist.
Wroblewski holds a bachelor’s degree in atmospheric science from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) from American Meteorology Society.
Jacob Wycoff is a meteorologist at WBZ-TV. Wycoff brings you the NEXT Weather forecast weekend mornings on WBZ-TV, as well as contributing throughout the week.
Growing up in Northeast Ohio, Wycoff got hooked on weather at a very early age. In the spring of 1993, there was the “Storm of the Century” Blizzard, burying the region under nearly two feet of snow. A month later, a small tornado touched down near his hometown and in 1996, the movie Twister was released, solidifying Wycoff’s desire to one day become a meteorologist.
Wycoff joined WBZ-TV from Western Mass News in Springfield, where he was a meteorologist for 5 years. Prior to that, Wycoff worked at EarthNetworks, the parent company for WeatherBug, where he covered multiple tropical systems and snow storms including hurricanes Earl, Irene, and Isaac.
Wycoff hold a bachelor’s degree in operational and theoretical meteorology from Western Connecticut State University.
Jacob is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society.