On Friday, we decided to have a little fun with a poll asking you to vote for Philadelphia’s most reliable meteorologist. Well, it appears that many of you weren’t happy with our list of candidates, which included representatives of all of the major television stations in the city, as well as an honorary slot for John Bolaris, who is planning a major comeback. In the end, we received far more write-in votes than we did votes for any one individual listed on the poll. Read more »
On Thursday night, 6 ABC meteorologist Cecily Tynan unleashed her long range winter forecast for Philadelphia, continuing the ridiculous November tradition of TV weather people giving us their best guesses for how much snow we’ll be getting in February. Read more »
In case you’ve noticed that your nightly weather forecast has gotten a little bit prettier, you’re not dreaming. Recent NBC 10 acquisition Sheena Parveen has taken over the nighttime weather forecasts from veteran meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz, who has moved into the daytime slots. Station spokesperson Kathleen Burke declined to comment on the change. And no word on whether Schwartz is scaling back due to his recent health scare, since he hasn’t responded to a request for comment. Still, it’s worth noting that while Parveen has taken the prime time spots, Schwartz remains Chief Meteorologist.