Stephen Gode

Stephen Gode began a meteorology internship with WTNH in mid-September 2012. Stephen majors in theoretical meteorology at Western Connecticut State University.  A native Connecticut resident, Stephen enjoys the variety of weather experienced in the Nutmeg State.  Encouraged by an elementary school teacher, he began tracking and plotting hurricanes in 1999.  Stephen continues to enjoy hearing and sharing personal stories about extreme weather.  His passion for the weather fuels his love for the great outdoors.  In his spare time, he enjoys fishing and working in his vegetable garden.  In 2011, Steve became a Skywarn Spotter for the National Weather Service.  Today, he is excited about joining the team at WTNH. 

Latest Articles

  • How to Protect Sensitive Crops from Frost/Freeze
    Many towns in Northern Connecticut had their first frost of the season this morning.  With the growing season is continuing, for now. With additional frost/freezes in days ahead, what are some ways...
  • Thankful for the Rain
    Connecticut was treated to a string of gorgeous days featuring relatively seasonable temperatures with some frosty mornings and dry weather. Besides a few drops of rain, the state has not seen more than...
  • NWS Impact Based Warning
    The National Weather Service (NWS) is currently testing a product in the Central Region to enhance severe weather warnings. The experimental product is called Impact Based Warning (IBW). The IBW testing...
  • March 7-8, 2013 Snow Photos
    At least several inches of snow accumulation occurred across Connecticut, including my town in North Haven. Generally light to moderate (at times heavy) snow persisted last night and continued into the...
  • Multiple Comets in 2013
    The NASA video (above) explains about the Comet PanSTARRS, a recently discovered comet that originated from the Oort Cloud. The Oort Cloud is the source of some of the finest comets. Comet...
  • Mixed Bag System
    A relatively weaker shortwave than I expected is digging around the trough and upper level low in the Great Lakes region. Downstream and ahead of this shortwave, there will be a developing surface low...
  • Fall Foliage in 2010
    In my opinion, the fall foliage in 2010 in Connecticut had better overall fall color than 2011 and 2012. This previous season had fall foliage that was a bit dull like the year before, but still some exceptional...
  • Near the Height of the Blizzard
    Over North Haven at about 10 pm on February 8, 2013, this video captures the intensity of the snow and some gusty winds with snow mixing in with some sleet, which was combined together into balls of mixed...
  • Top Snowstorm Records in Jeopardy
    Update: Top Five Snowstorms All-time Portland, Maine:  All-time record snowstorm (31.9");  Old record from Jan. 17-18, 1979 (27.1") Hartford, Conn.: (Bradley International Airport):...
  • February 8-9, 2013 Nor’easter Forecast
    Connecticut forecast for the Nor’easter: Major winter storm is on its way!  The development of the main low pressure area is occurring now near the Carolinas, which is moving northeasterly!...
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