Pamela Gardner is the weekend morning meteorologist for WBZ-TV News.
Gardner joined WBZ-TV from WISH-TV in Indianapolis, IN where she was the weekend evening meteorologist. Before that, she worked at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, IN as the weekday morning meteorologist having started there as the weekend meteorologist. Gardner began her career at WIPB-TV in Muncie, IN, and while there she was nominated for a regional Emmy Award.
Gardner received her bachelor’s degree in telecommunications with a minor in meteorology from Ball State University, and she earned her Broadcast Meteorologist Certificate from Mississippi State University. She has also earned the National Weather Association Weathercaster Seal of Approval.
Gardner enjoys the challenge of forecasting weather and decided to leave the severe storms and tornadoes of the Midwest to experience the nor’easters of New England. She is thrilled to call Boston home, and when not at work, you can find Pamela, her husband, and their adopted dog “Champ” exploring everything New England has to offer…including anything sports or food related.
A freezing rain advisory is up for southern New Hampshire, Worcester County, and western MA 8 p.m. tonight to 8 a.m. Monday.
A significant change in the track in the last two major model runs have pushed this ocean storm farther away from southern New England.
Forecast models have consistently been spitting out high snow totals for the last few days. Now that the track is becoming more clear, it’s time to talk totals!
As the hours roll by, we receive more details on a Tuesday storm that could bring over a foot of snow to much of New England.
Get ready for another round of heavy snow, changeable precipitation, damaging winds, and coastal flood threats Sunday into Monday.
Rain, snow, sleet, wind, flooding rain, & coastal flooding are all threats with this one.
This is the same storm that brought ice accumulation across the central Plains over the weekend.
It’s always interesting to look back at our year of weather.
A group of local high school students traveled to a taiga forest, north of Fairbanks, Alaska this summer to help research climate change with scientists from the Woods Hole Research Center.
Some measurable snow will march into Boston, just in time for the Monday morning commute.