Justin joined News 2 in 2004, and enjoys the weather whatever the season. His interest in meteorology was sparked by growing up with hurricanes in Louisiana and blizzards in Pennsylvania. He's worked dozens of severe weather outbreaks in the Mid-South and also in Tornado Alley. He loves snow, but his favorite forecasts involve sun and highs near 70 degrees.
Justin earned his meteorology degree at Penn State in 2003. While there, he forecasted weather for The New York Times and helped teach an introductory meteorology course. His first television job was in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Justin won a Regional Emmy for his work during the February 2008 Super Tuesday tornado outbreak that killed more than 20 people in Middle Tennessee. He won multiple AP Awards for his work during the May 2010 floods. Justin has been voted as one of the best meteorologists in Nashville by the Tennessean's "Toast of Music City" contest.
You can catch Justin's forecast each weekday on News 2 This Morning from 4 a.m. to 7 a.m., during Good Morning America from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., and on News 2 at 11 a.m.
Away from work, Justin is a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters and serves as the Honorary Chair for Bowl for Kids' Sake, the organization's largest annual fundraiser. He enjoys playing golf, cooking, and NFL football. Justin and his wife live in East Nashville with their three dogs.