Wake up with the ‘BZ Morning Team at 4:30-7AM with WBZ-TV AccuWeather Meteorologist Todd Gutner as well as co-anchors Kerry Connolly and David Wade and traffic reporter Michelle Roberts.
Gutner is WBZ-TV’s AccuWeather Meteorologist for the weekday morning and noon newscasts. He also contributes weather reports to Boston’s CBS radio stations, and he anchors the seasonal weekly news series “Gardening with Gutner.”
Gutner joined WBZ-TV from WCSH-TV (NBC) in Portland, ME and sister station WLBZ-TV (NBC) in Bangor, ME where he served as weekend meteorologist for the 6PM and 11PM newscasts. He was also meteorologist for the Monday-Wednesday noon newscasts on both stations. In addition, Gutner served as meteorologist on the weekend 10PM newscasts on WPXT-TV (CW) in Westbrook, ME. Before he came to Maine, Gutner began his career as a meteorologist at KGO-TV in San Francisco, CA as a weather producer.
Gutner holds a degree in meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta. He was born and raised in West Hartford, CT, and is a self-proclaimed “Red Sox fanatic.” Todd enjoys playing sports, gardening and most of all spending time with family. He and his wife Rachel proudly welcomed twins to the family in September 2009, son Brody and daughter Lila.
Boston’s WBZ-TV and myTV38 (WSBK) are owned and operated by CBS Television Stations, one of the largest network-owned groups.
Todd traveled to Nightingale Community Garden in Dorchester, just one of dozens of green spaces located within Boston’s city limits.
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One of the fun parts of owning a garden center is getting to preview the newest plant introductions and decide which ones we want to offer our customers for this growing season.
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It’s time to get your garden and lawn ready for another growing season.