Steven Glazier

Meteorologist, CBM

Awards & Accreditations

CBM, AMS

Education

Lyndon State College, Bachelor's Degree in Meteorology and Associate's Degree in Television Studies

Summer of 1993, New England Dragway. That’s when and where Steve knew he wanted to become a meteorologist. More than 20 years later he is extremely fortunate and blessed to be able to live his childhood dream. As a lover of math and science, Steve had a consistent interest in weather in elementary, middle, and high school before discovering you can major in meteorology. He attended Lyndon State College in Vermont where he received a bachelor’s in meteorology-broadcasting and associate’s in television news. He has worked as a meteorologist and reporter in Winchester, VA, Burlington, VT, and most recently in West Palm Beach, FL. He’s recognized by the American Meteorological Society with the Certification of Broadcast Meteorologists.

Q&A with Steven Glazier

What inspired you to become a meteorologist?
My parents inspired me. I spent my summer weekends at New England Dragway in New Hampshire where my dad was a drag racer. He asked me to watch the weather for him. I had to monitor temperature, humidity, pressure changes, wind direction, sky cover, ,etc. because all of those weather variables affected his race car. Together, we calibrated his car together, based on the weather, so it could run up to its full potential.
What is your most memorable weather experience?
Recently my most memorable weather experience was covering Hurricane Matthew in the Bahamas. I was only about 30 miles from the eye of the hurricane, which was a major hurricane as it passed to my west. I truly respect the power of weather and it was an eye-opening experience of how strong, dangerous, but beautiful weather can be.
Outside of weather, what are your hobbies and interests?
My hobbies and interests are exercising and sports. I love staying active. I also love food, so you'll find me in the fridge often.
Besides your parents, who as influenced you the most in your life?
I have a strong religious faith, so I'd have to say God. It pushes me every day to make a positive influence on every person I come into contact with.
What is a little known fact about you?
I call myself an 'amateur competitive eater.' I'm not up to the standards of the professionals, but I love attempting an eating challenge or two.
What are your hopes and dreams for the profession of weather?
To educate everyone about weather inside and out, protect lives and personal property, and improve the ability of forecasting.

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Freezing rain accumulated to 1/4"+ in a few spots in the Northeast on Sunday: #NJwx #PAwx https://t.co/YwpQ9RNV3T

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Running away from the cold for the holidays? If you're heading to Miami, well, :) #FLwx https://t.co/zIjjKTqkT9

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Powerful storms continue to slam the West Coast and this will lead to high surf through the week. https://t.co/bNCLlIaI3t

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It's now officially Roanoke, VA's wettest year on record! #VAwx https://t.co/GTB7J4YdOf

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The temperature will feel like it's zero degrees in spots! #Winter https://t.co/4ftXI3axzh

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PARADE OF STORMS: Yet another set of alerts to add to a growing list. Multiple storms will hit the northwest into n… https://t.co/JLn6U3Vivu

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Rain will be moving out of the Philadelphia area shortly, here's the soggy view from earlier. https://t.co/VW5tyEXPge

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The morning rush in Maine could be tricky - give yourself extra time as you head on into work tomorrow! #MEwx https://t.co/MCcvfW1Utm

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🚗🚘HEADS UP COMMUTERS! 🚘🚗 #Fog will greet you on the roadways Monday morning. Visibility will begin to drop after m… https://t.co/dnEzEbL7vv

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Snow and ice will be a concern just outside of the big cities overnight tonight and into Monday AM: #MAwx #PAwxhttps://t.co/kTM8kPbAOA

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Washington D.C. is at its wettest year on record - already over two inches over its previous high mark from 1889:… https://t.co/qoVjcOsp63

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BUZZ WORD: Atmospheric Rivers. They're expected to bring heavy rain and snow to the west, but do you know what the… https://t.co/A0cQR1swcq

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Gorgeous sunrise this morning in Greers Ferry, AR!☀️ https://t.co/LPDf1yKa1r

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Check out this incredible morning satellite view of swollen rivers in South Carolina. Recent heavy rains and snow m… https://t.co/lwTxSeZAK7

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Freezing Fog took over lower Michigan today. Making for some pretty pictures from @NWSGaylord , but dangerous road… https://t.co/7AGCuE7Qm6

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Soggy weather continues for the northwest! Stay dry! https://t.co/JELGVKdclR https://t.co/qsUS78IctU

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