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CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Michael Gouldrick
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Director of Meteorology

Michael joined Time Warner Cable News in 2003 as part of our original launch team and became our Director of Meteorology in 2005. In that capacity, Michael leads our team of meteorologists providing Weather on the 1s on our 24-hour newschannels across Upstate New York. Michael knows the challenges of forecasting lake-effect snow. He's a graduate of Herkimer Community College and holds a meteorology degree from SUNY Brockport. Michael came to TWC News after being the chief meteorologist at WUHF-TV in his hometown of Rochester. Michael's forecasts have the seal of approval from the American Meteorological Society.

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CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Carrie Cheevers
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Carrie Cheevers knows how fast the weather can change in Upstate New York. She's a native of Liverpool, NY and grew up experiencing our quickly changing weather and lake effect snow. Carrie joined Time Warner Cable News in 2003 as part of our original team of meteorologists.

She received her meteorology degree from SUNY Oswego. Before joining TWC News Carrie was the morning meteorologist at WUTR-TV in Utica.

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Meteorologist

It's easy to come to work everyday when you love what you do. That’s how Todd feels about weather forecasting. A graduate of SUNY Brockport, Todd has been forecasting weather on Time Warner Cable News for several years and loves its many challenges.

“We are right in the middle of everything here, so you get a wide variety of forecasting challenges from major winter storms and lake-effect snow to severe thunderstorms and even the occasional tornado,” Todd says. Todd's continuous live coverage of a tornado that struck Elmira in 2012 earned him a First Place award from the Syracuse Press Club for best weather reporting.

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CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Erick Adame
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While living in upstate New York most of his life, Erick has experienced the wide variety of weather that this part of the nation can offer. He lived briefly in Texas and brought back with him significant experience tracking storms in Tornado Alley!

Erick is no stranger to lake effect snow either. He walked through many snow squalls during his time at SUNY Oneonta, where he received his degree in Meteorology. Erick has been part of the Time Warner Cable News Weather on the 1s team since 2007.

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Ryan was born and raised in the Capital Region of New York and is very familiar with the different types of weather in our part of the country. He like the challenge of forecasting our changing weather and providing your forecast every ten minutes. Ryan received his degree in Meteorology from SUNY Albany. In his spare time Ryan likes to golf, watch sports, and spend time with his friends and family.

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CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Vanessa Richards
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Vanessa received her bachelor's degree in meteorology from SUNY Oswego and is no stranger to the changeable weather of our area. She grew up in a small town just south of Syracuse and has spent her whole life watching the seasons change and the weather activity here in Central New York.

Her passion for weather was fueled by her fascination with tornadoes from a very young age. She fulfilled her dream to see a tornado when she spent a few weeks in “Tornado Alley” chasing twisters with her fellow classmates at Oswego.

When Vanessa is not forecasting the weather, she loves to be outside hiking, running, or relaxing. She spends much of her free time with her husband Matt and their two cats Fergie and Floopie! Watch for Vanessa's Weather on the 1s reports mornings on Time Warner Cable News.

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CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Courtney Furtado
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Growing up in Central New York has familiarized Courtney with all the different weather patterns common to this region. While storm chasing in the Midwest in the spring of 2009 she even witnessed her first tornado! Whether it be lake-effect, Nor’easters, water spouts, severe thunderstorms, or even a tornado, her degree in meteorology from SUNY Oswego has prepared Courtney to take on these forecasting challenges. Courtney's Weather on the 1s reports are seen throughout Central New York, the North Country, and the Southern Tier.

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Meteorologist

John joined Time Warner Cable News as a meteorologist in 2014. He was born and raised in Central New York and is a big fan of changing weather in these parts, especially the snow! The most difficult type of weather to forecast is lake effect snow because it’s so fickle with all that goes into the intensity and where it’s effecting.

He attained a meteorology degree from SUNY Oswego, which he says was a great place to study weather on the shores of Lake Ontario. To have the opportunity to watch several types of weather phenomena’s like lake effect, waterspouts, lake and land breezes, and looming made it a great experience.

Besides weather, John enjoys sports and music. He is a huge fan of the SU, the New York Giants, and the Yankees and Mets.




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