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.
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An active week of weather is ahead for much of New England.
We’re forecasting record cold high temperatures by Friday. On top of that, it’s the wind that will really add insult to injury.
Our climate is changing right before our eyes. Danielle Niles talks to some experts on what impacts that has on our everyday life.
There’s still uncertainty over the exact track of the storm.
Our WBZ-TV Weather Team has declared Tuesday and Wednesday “Storm Watch Weather Alert” Days. We strive to give you an early heads up on when weather will have an impact on you.
We’re trying to warn you in advance when weather could be disruptive. Not every city or town will be affected by each weather alert day – so our job will be to highlight the areas that will be most impacted and when.
And just like that, we’ve flipped the calendar to November. Whether you’re looking forward to the colder temps and risk of snow – the change is inevitable. So let’s go over what to expect this month…
A pretty potent system is heading our way, and will arrive as early as later on this afternoon. This is almost an “everything but the kitchen sink” storm, as areas of snow, locally heavy rain and damaging wind will all impact parts of New England over the next 24 hours. So let’s break down the details…
Every little wobble is so crucial when tracking hurricanes, especially those with Category 3 force winds.
For us here in New England, this has been a fortunate turn of events.