Rob Guarino: The Long Ranger
Rob Guarino is Chief Forecaster and publisher of the official Long Range Forecasts for LiveWeatherBlogs.com. He is a seasoned speaker and educator of long range forecasts, especially with local American Red Cross chapters where he helped educate the public and staff plan for future disasters. He graduated from University of Delaware with a degree in Climatology, which is the study of weather conditions over a period of time. His career in meteorology has spanned over 25 years, 23 of which were spent as a TV meteorologist in multiple markets, and climatic regions, across the United States. He was Chief Meteorologist for FOX-29 Philadelphia, KOAT-ABC New Mexico, KVOA-NBC Arizona, WTHR-NBC Indianapolis, and WSTM-NBC Syracuse. In addition to broadcast meteorology, he's also held multiple high-ranking weather consultant positions in the private sector. Rob has also been the President of the Delaware Philadelphia Chapter of the AMS
Rob Guarino's Awards
Our Chief forecaster has won EMMY awards, two Associated Press awards, one for "Best Newscast: Pennsylvania" and one for "Blizzard Coverage in New York", the Philadelphia Inquirer's "Most Accurate Snow Fall Totals" award, Philadelphia Magazine's "Most Reliable Meteorologist", several other regional awards, and the coveted "National Broadcaster of the Year" by National Weather Association - this award is presented to the weathercaster whose activities have significantly contributed to the development and presentation of quality and timely weather information to the public service. Now he brings the same winning forecasts directly to you at Liveweatherblogs.com.
Rob Guarino: Chief Meteorologist
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Dean D Davison
Verification Manager/Meteorologist/Severe Weather Specialist
Dean D Davison has been a Meteorologist on liveweatherblogs.com since its inception in 2007 and prior to that with myweatherlive.com. Dean serves as the Severe Weather Specialist and Sr Meteorologist on the team with heavy study in the develpment of tornadoes,Dean graduated the Burlington County Institute of Technology with a certificate in Environmental Studies, Remote Sensing with a consintration in meteorology. Dean will be finishing his degree at Mississippi State. Dean has spoken in many ams and nwa meetings on flooding in nj to lee side convergene in tornadogenisis.Dean was the Vice President of the Philadeplhia Deleware Chapter of the AMS(2003-2006) under both Rob Guarino and his Professor John Moore.When it comes to severe weather Dean is the go to guy and was one of the first forecasters that warned of the derecho that damaged the mid atlantic in 2012.ean lived in Tabernacle NJ but now resides in Vinton VA. Dean is a Member if the AMS and NWA
Jaryd More is a staff meteorologist with liveweatherblogs. He resides in Mount Royal, NJ (15 minutes from Philadelphia). He has a COMMUNICATIONS DEGREE with Rowan/Gloucester County College. Jaryd is currently enrolled at Mississippi State University studying Geosciences and Meteorology. Forecasting winter weather has always been a hobby of his. Besides winter storms, he also has a passion for severe weather and the hurricane season. In his free time, Jaryd enjoys watching his beloved Phillies, Flyers, Eagles, and 76ers. He also plays baseball and golf during the summer months.
Meteorologist (NY LI CT )
Meteorologist Joe Cioffi in New York is an Emmy award winning meteorologist who has spent the last 30 years forecasting for the New York City, Long Island and nearby areas. Joe currently can be seen on WPIX -TV Channel 11 in New York City as well as on Verizon FIOS 1 News for Long Island, New Jersey, and the Hudson Valley. Joe has also broadcasted on WNBC and News 12 Long Island. Over the years Joe has also been on numerous radio stations in New York and New Jersey including New Jersey 101.5 and the New Jersey 101.5 network of stations. In earlier years Joe also spent time forecasting in New Orleans Louisiana on WVUE-TV and in Corpus Christi Texas on KRIS-TV. Snow and winter forecasting is his specialty and as everyone knows, forecasting snow is difficult and challenging. Over the years Joe as weathered many snowstorms including the blizzard of 1995-96 and the Boxing Day blizzard of 2010 among other major storms.