Danielle Niles is the Meteorologist for CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV Morning (4:30AM-7AM) and Noon News with co-anchors Kate Merrill and Chris McKinnon.
A native of Weymouth, MA, Niles joined WBZ-TV News from New England Cable News where she spent five years as weekday morning meteorologist.
Before that, Niles was a forecaster at Weather Services International in Andover, MA where she provided forecasts for private companies.
Niles is a 2006 cum laude graduate of the University of Massachusetts/Lowell where she earned her bachelor’s degree in atmospheric science, and was captain of the women’s varsity soccer team.
She then went on to earn a master’s degree in meteorology at Florida State University.
Boston’s WBZ-TV and sister-station myTV38 (WSBK-TV) are part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corporation.
Our temperatures are going to soar into the 90s Monday, reaching record levels for some communities. And that’s without the humidity factored in.
Before we talk about the snow, there’s a lot of active weather on Wednesday to discuss, so let’s dive right in.
A new nor’easter is on the way for the middle of this week.
A widespread 2-to-5 inches from Cape Ann to Cape Cod is expected, with a coating to 2 inches north and west of Boston and a very sharp cutoff on the western fringe of this system.
The destruction along our shoreline was unimaginable and the memories still remain fresh in the minds of residents that went through it.
We’re monitoring a significant coastal storm which will likely bring accumulating snow to southern New England Thursday.
With no big storms in the forecast it really is all about the arctic air.
A record cold arctic air mass has moved into the Northeast and it’s going to be sticking around through the start of the New Year.
Strong arctic high pressure will dominate our weather pattern for the next several days, bringing record cold high temperatures and dangerously cold wind chill values.
Here are the details of what will essentially be a moderate Nor’easter type event.