Meteorologist Joe Cioffi in New York is an Emmy award winning meteorologist who has spent the last 30 years forecasting for the New York City, Long Island and nearby areas. Joe currently can be seen on WPIX -TV Channel 11 in New York City as well as on Verizon FIOS 1 News for Long Island, New Jersey, and the Hudson Valley. Joe has also broadcast on WNBC and News 12 Long Island. Over the years Joe has also been on numerous radio stations in New York and New Jersey including New Jersey 101.5 and the New Jersey 101.5 network of stations. In earlier years Joe also spent time forecasting in New Orleans Louisiana on WVUE-TV and in Corpus Christi Texas on KRIS-TV. Snow and winter forecasting is his specialty and as everyone knows, forecasting snow is difficult and challenging. Over the years Joe as weathered many snowstorms including the blizzard of 1995-96 and the Boxing Day blizzard of 2010 among other major storms.
Joe is also available for talks on meteorology both during the hurricane & winter storm season. If you are interested in seeing Joe at your local library, town hall, club, or other venue, email him at email@example.com for more information regarding availability.
Meteorologist Joe Cioffi’s weather app is a complete weather app to suit your forecast needs. All the weather information you need is right on your phone. Android or I-phone, use it to keep track of all the latest weather information and forecasts. This weather app is also free of advertising so you don’t have to worry about security issues with your device. An accurate forecast and no worries that your device is being compromised.
Use it in conjunction with my website and my facebook and twitter and you have complete weather coverage of all the latest weather and the long range outlook. The website has been redone and upgraded. Its easy to use and everything is archived so you can see how well Joe does or doesn’t do when it comes to forecasts and outlooks.
Take a look around. Weather radars from various locations are real time and link to the National Weather Service. On each of the local pages you will find scrolling rss feeds in real time with all National Weather Service advisories, watches, and warnings. During the winter months there are 2 snowstorm pages to keep handy. The first is the snowforecasts page which has the latest National Weather Service updated snowfall forecast maps which update in real time. The second is my joesnowforecasts page which has my forecast maps and discussion on what to expect. For short range weather outlooks I have 3 pages. Joesforecast which takes the short term view including week ahead and weekend outlooks. 2 other pages tackle the models and what they have to tell us. The GFS and the popular European model which has a strong performance record overall especially when it comes to east coast winter storms. Current
Many of you are interested in the long range 10 weather forecast outlook and my JOESTRADAMUS page previews the weather down the road and the overall weather pattern. For mariners and fisherman and women, my marine forecast page has tides and tide heights, winds and the latest advisories and warnings from the National Weather Service on real time scrolling RSS feeds. Tropical weather is on the tropical weather page so you can follow developing storms of interest in both the Atlantic and the Pacific.
Download the weather app today and combine it with the website, facebook, and twitter and you have a complete weather experience.