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Photo courtesy of Ken Rochon from the Umbrella Syndicate

Photo courtesy of Ken Rochon from the Umbrella Syndicate

Meet Justin

self-proclaimed weather nut

Meteorologist in the classroom, online, and on TV. Love the outdoors and embracing technology to share it.

Despite my career of almost 20 years on TV and how much of my personal experience I infuse in the weather, I really don’t like to talk too much about myself. In a nutshell I am a weather nut. I was born in The Bronx, NY and grow up between New York City and the northern suburbs. I moved a lot early and ended up in Maryland in 1997. It has become home for me and I can’t imagine living outside┬áthe Mid Atlantic region.

Recent Posts

Storm Details for Wednesday: Timeline, snow maps, stickage

Now that we are within 48 hours of this coastal storm, things are coming together a little better. I feel Read More >>

Warm before the snowstorm: Near records for both

The weather may seem crazy and the numbers back it up. Just last week we had out bought with the infamous Read More >>

Snow likely on Wednesday, Timeline But How Much Will Stick?

If you have been following my posts over the weekend, I have been showing computer models that are producing snow Read More >>

Crossing Maryland for Cool Kids Campaign

Crossing Maryland

Beginning on Sunday, August 17th, ┬ámeteorologist Justin Berk will attempt a statewide seven-day trek in support of the Cool Kids Campaign. His journey will span Maryland’s favorite two playgrounds, beginning at the western tip of the state at the summit Wisp Ski Resort and concluding in the Atlantic Ocean at Ocean City.

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In The Community

Wind for Change is a classroom education program and fundraiser for Cool Kids Campaign coordinated by Meteorologist Justin Berk. Justin will visit your school, teach your class a complimentary science lesson about weather, and coordinate a wind speed fundraising contest among students. See more info and fill out a contact form