Nick Morganelli is a New England native, and since the age of 5, wanted to be a broadcast meteorologist. He realized that dream graduating from Lyndon State College in Vermont with a B.S. Degree in Meteorology in 1991. A member of the American Meteorological Society since 1986, Nick holds their AMS Seal of approval for broadcasting excellence. He celebrates his 25th year broadcasting New England weather in 2012.
Nick's broadcasting career has taken him to every state in New England except Rhode Island. He began in Vermont in 1987, and then found free-lance work in New Hampshire and Maine. Landing full time employment at WMUR in NH didn't last long before Nick accepted an offer as chief meteorologist at WWLP where he worked from 1996-2002. While there, he visited countless schools and civic organizations with his weather presentations and was voted best weathercast by his viewers.
Nick taught the first in-class introductory course in Meteorology in 2006 as an adjunct professor at Holyoke Community College. He's also taught secondary science part time at Community Christian School in Westfield. Nick owns and operates an internet-based business and because of his recent interested in government, he ran for public office in 2007, and served two terms as City Councilor At-Large in his hometown of Westfield. Nick has served on the Board of Directors for the American Lung Association of Massachusetts since 1998 and is currently on their Massachusetts Leadership Board.
Nick and his wife Jeanne will celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary in Sept. of 2013. They have 4 home-schooled children, three boys and a girl. They reside in Westfield and worship at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament.
Nick's favorites? Color is aqua blue, animal is the humpback whale, and food is fruit salad, home-made pesto and sun dried tomato pizza, chocolate chip ice cream, a garden tomato; Well, he's half Italian, and he can't pick just one food of course. He loves hot air balloons, roller coasters, and the beach. What's his take on global warming? You'll have to ask him yourself. There's not enough space here to talk about it.
Nick says: "I'm ecstatic to be back on-air locally serving the people of Western Massachusetts with my weather forecasting ability and I look forward to reconnecting with them."