Chevy is a meteorologist with over 20 years of forecasting experience all over the country, including over five years as a broadcast meteorologist. He has a B.S. degree in Atmospheric Sciences from The Ohio State University and an M.S. in Environmental Sustainability.
Chevy grew up in a small town outside of Pittsburgh then joined the Army as soon as he graduated high school. He was an enlisted mechanic for six years and stationed at Fort Hood, TX, Baumholder, Germany, and Fort Campbell, KY. He was deployed to Desert Shield/Desert Storm in 1991 and to Bosnia in late 1995. After the Army, he went back to Ohio to go to school.
Chevy’s television career began in in Parkersburg, WV in 1999. He then moved on to WOWK TV in Huntington, WV as well as WYTV TV in Youngstown, OH. After 9/11 Chevy decided to go back into the military, but this time around the Air Force offered him a commission. He served as a Weather Officer and rose to the rank of Captain as he proudly served at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina, Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, and at Scott Air Force Base outside of St. Louis before he chose to leave the military in 2010. After that he went back to TV in Salt Lake City, UT then moved on to serve the federal government as a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Hilo and Honolulu, Hawaii for the last eight years. After serving over 20 years of federal/military service, Chevy decided to retire and come back to doing the job he has always loved the most…broadcast meteorology.
Chevy enjoys sports…especially the Ohio State Buckeyes and Pittsburgh Steelers, softball, golf, and is a big history and movie buff. He looks forward to serving our community by delivering the best weather forecasts possible, as well as meeting as many new people as possible. If you see him out and about, please say Hi.