Nick DiGiovanni

I am 17 years old and I live in North Haven. Inspired by my father, I have been fascinated by weather for as long as I can remember. I have been a SkyWarn Spotter for a little over 3 years, so any reports from North Haven or Clintonville are most likely from me. I always report my weather conditions and update the guys down at WTNH via Twitter (@Nick_CTwx4cast). I am positive that I want to study meteorology in college, and eventually become a meteorologist. I am currently looking into Western Connecticut, Lyndon State, and Plymouth. I enjoy being the little weatherman for my friends and family. "How much snow Nick, whats the temp gonna be today?". I will stay wide awake at night during a snow storm, just to take hourly measurements. I have two Davis Vantage Pro2 weather stations to collect data. One in the Clintonville section of North Haven and another by my Dad's house on the Town Beach Pavilion in East Haven. I have recently began photography as a hobby. I love traveling around all over the state to find some of the best rural landscapes. I enjoy doing this so much that I decided to create my own photography website where you can view my photos! Here's the link: http://nicholasdigiovanni.jimdo.com/ ... Thank-you for reading my articles everyone!

North Haven Weather: 

http://www.weatherlink.com/user/nickkkkd/index.php?view=main&headers=1

 

East Haven Town Beach Weather:

http://www.weatherlink.com/user/johndigiovanni/

Latest Articles

  • Urban Heating Effect
    Usual microclimates have once again been becoming more prevalent lately as time races towards the month of June. The leaves have filled in, almost completely in many locations over the past two weeks....
  • Whiteout Conditions Conclude March
    I slowly began to wake up around 8:15am Monday morning. My phone was buzzing constantly with notifications that wouldn’t allow me to fall back asleep. I saw the words “Traffic/Delay”...
  • Nor'easter - Category 3 Hurricane Force Winds
    Photo shared by Anthony Siciliano (Twitter: @Ants_SNE_Weather) Luckily for us, we managed to miss the snow with this nor’easter as it was too far east of the desirable lat/lon benchmark (40N, 70W)....
  • Weather Station Arrives at NHHS!
    My meteorology teacher (Mr. Velardi), and I presented the idea to the head of the science department at North Haven High School to purchase a weather station that would be able to upload simultaneously...
  • Sunday~ A Taste of Spring
    With a forecasted high of 47°-49° on Sunday, we all were looking forward to a nice day. Our expectations were exceeded with a few locations rising into the mid 50's. The immediate shoreline, directly...
  • Sunday~ A Taste of Spring
    With a forecasted high of 47°-49° on Sunday, we all were looking forward to a nice day. Our expectations were exceeded with a few locations rising into the mid 50's. The immediate shoreline, directly...
  • Locally Heavier Snowfall
    Northeastern New Haven County got smacked with 5"-7" of snow around noon time today. Around 11am, an impressive band was strengthening and began to explain westward as it moved to the east causing it to...
  • Where Are Some of the Coldest Mornings?
    Most people like to think that the northwest hills in Litchfield County are the coldest; which usually applies for daytime highs, but not necessarily for morning lows. Cold air downslopes and settles into...
  • Bitter Cold - Below 0 in the Valleys
    Temperatures were a bit colder this morning than expected, especially in the valleys across Connecticut. A few locations actually saw their coldest temperatures of the year! At my station in North Haven,...
  • January '14 Review- North Haven
    January was a rollercoaster for the entire state of Connecticut with below average temperatures overall. In North Haven, we had a few days with well above average temperatures just shy of 60 degrees, and...
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