Chris Gloninger Biography
Chris Gloninger is an American Meteorologist and weather anchor currently working at NBC 10 in Boston. Chris received his Certified Broadcast Meteorologist accreditation from the American Meteorological Society. Chris worked at WISN in Milwaukee, where he won an Emmy for his winter storm coverage and several Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Awards – one, which also received an Emmy nomination.
Chris Gloninger Age
Chris’s information about the exact date of birth is not yet confirmed.
Chris Gloninger Education
Chris attended and graduated from Plymouth State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Meteorology. During college, Chris completed two internships: one at the National Weather Service in Upton, New York and the other at WABC in New York. Chris received his Certified Broadcast Meteorologist accreditation from the American Meteorological Society.
Chris Gloninger Wife
Chris met his beautiful wife, Cathy, and was married in Milwaukee just before coming to necn. The couple lives in Norwood.Chris Gloninger Photo
Chris Gloninger Career
The university’s chapter of the American Meteorological Society climbed Mount Washington annually, and Chris has made several return trips since graduation. The wintertime flooding of the Pemi River was educational as well – trying to get your car to a parking space where it wouldn’t be damaged by ice jams!
Chris presented a paper, “How to Improve Communication During Times of Severe Weather,” at the AMS annual meeting in New Orleans. Chris is interested in improving communication between first responders, the National Weather Service, and television meteorologists in order to better protect the public. Researching his paper, Chris worked extensively with the Wisconsin fire departments.
Previously, Chris worked at WISN in Milwaukee, where he won an Emmy for his winter storm coverage and several Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Awards – one, which also received an Emmy nomination, covered the icebreaker Mackinaw on an 18-hour operation in the Straits of Mackinaw to free a freighter carrying road salt to replenish Milwaukee’s critically depleted supply. He was also sent to cover two EF4 tornados, which hit Washington, Illinois and Rochelle, Illinois.
Chris began his career at WHEC in Rochester, New York, where he also taught Intro to Meteorology at Monroe Community College. The next stop was WTEN in Albany, New York. At WNEM in Saginaw, MI, Chris received an Emmy nomination for his coverage of the 2010 Michigan floods. He was nominated for another EMMY at WRGB in Albany, New York for the weather special, “Irene – One Year Later,” which covered the progress made after the historic flooding in the Schoharie Valley.
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