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.
While everyone was avoiding the New England coast prior to Hermine, a team of scientists headed out to sea. WBZ-TV’s Pamela Gardner reports.
This storm has been impressive to watch but things will turn more serious as it heads towards many popular vacation destinations.
As the crowds gather for tailgating the fog may reduce your visibility.
We have been riding quite a weather wave the last few weekends. Now we are playing some catch up.
The cone of uncertainty describes where meteorologists think the center of the hurricane is likely to be.
Warmer temperatures are on the horizon after a week of mostly wet weather.
The sunshine will rule the forecast, but a sea breeze will make things a little interesting along the course.
The Boston Marathon forecast is a good news-bad news situation. Actually, if you’re just going to watch the race it’s nothing but great news.
Enjoy the spring-like temperatures and rain while you can! We switch back to winter Sunday morning and it will stay cold for a while.
The New Bedford Whaling Museum has a new project called “Old Weather Whaling.”
Pamela Gardner says our snow chances keep looking less and less likely for tonight and for mid-week.
After a warm weekend, there are two chances of snow this week in New England.
It was a historic morning, with record-breaking lows for this date reached in several locations–but Pamela Gardner says it’s only uphill from here.
Temperatures feel like between -20 and -35 degrees this weekend in New England.
The exact track of the storm is still uncertain, and if it comes slightly closer to us, we may still bump up snow totals from east to west. For now, here is what we think.
Though it was a messy start to the day on Saturday, things will likely clear out for the Patriots-Chiefs playoff game at Gillette Stadium.
Wachusett Mountain ended up with about three inches of fresh snow and a little bit of sleet mixed in from Mother Nature.
If you look really, really, really close at that single snowflake, there is an intricate beauty that only few parts of the world ever see.
There may be a couple of slick spots on side roads Monday morning.
A group of future meteorologists are getting a head start by learning about the weather in first grade.
WBZ-TV’s Pamela Gardner met the many spooky characters from Witch’s Woods in Nashoba before they fully transformed.
WBZ-TV is taking a closer look at different Halloween events around Salem, Massachusetts.
WBZ-TV’s Pamela Gardner tested the rides and haunted houses Canobie Lake Park’s “Screeemfest.”
Pamela Gardner went to Nashoba Ski Valley to be scared at Witch’s Woods, a huge park filled with several haunted houses, and almost 200 characters ready to scare you.
WBZ-TV is taking a closer look at Halloween events around New England throughout October.
New England won’t see much of an impact from Joaquin as bursts of sun become more common.
Damp and windy all weekend, though Joaquin continues to move out to sea.
The eye of a hurricane is placed to scale in the Lunder Arts Center at Lesley University for all to experience.
The weather was spectacular for the fourth annual Boston Cup Classic Car Show on the Boston Common on Sunday.
One last summer-like day is here before fall-like temps arrive.
Keep an eye to the sky because there is a slight risk for severe storms late Sunday afternoon.
WBZ-TV visited the aerial terrain park at the Heritage Museum and Gardens in Sandwich which just opened for their inaugural season.
If you’re looking for an adventure with a view, try a hot air balloon ride at sunrise.
After a long and cold several months, winter moth caterpillars are starting to hatch and are ready to do some damage to plants in New England.
Severe weather season is around the corner in New England, and Mashpee High School is ahead of the curve as it is prepared for the lightning that’s ahead.
Sunday night snow will inch us closer to the snowiest Boston winter ever recorded.
Our first winter storm of the year is moving our way. Snow, ice, rain will all move into New England tonight.
A cold start to the new year with a winter system moving in this weekend.