How cool is this? A Portrait of a local celebrity and the most important person on TV when snow storms are coming. This is especially true when the kids want to know if they’re going to have a snow day. I’d never been in an actual television studio before, so it was interesting to see all the behind the scenes action. By action, I mean all of the techie geeky stuff I got to ogle during my visit. All in all, I would have to say it was a good day.
Meteorologist Todd Simcox joined the TV5 family in the fall of 2001. After earning his degree in Meteorology at Lyndon State College in Vermont, Todd spent time in an internship program at WBZ-TV in Boston. Todd came to TV5 from WFQX-TV in Cadillac, Michigan, where he served as the station’s Chief Meteorologist.
Personal Comments: My love of weather began back when I was in grade school, watching for snowstorms and trying to guess on the next school “snow day.” New England weather is the most fascinating weather to predict, and that’s what makes my job so fun. Join me Monday-Friday mornings on TV 5 Morning News for the most accurate local forecast to start your day.