While at Penn State, Lyndsay began her career at AccuWeather, where she was a television broadcaster. She provided forecasts for AccuWeather clients in both radio and video form during her Junior and Senior years of college. Her next stop post-Penn State was WSET, the ABC affiliate in Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA, where she spent four years as the Weekend Evening Meteorologist. Lyndsay then joined WBTV as the Weekend Morning Meteorologist in December 2014.
A member of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), Lyndsay was awarded the AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation in June 2012.
Cooking and baking, spending time outdoors with the pup, skiing, rec volleyball, reading, traveling back to New England to visit family, and to the beach! Lyndsay was involved with the Junior League in Lynchburg and hopes to join the Charlotte chapter as well.
Although it's been a little bit warmer and a tiny bit more humid today, overall humidity has still stayed in the "comfortable" range and temps have held in the low 80s in most instances, so by mid-June standards it's been a pretty nice one.
While at one point the potential for severe thunderstorms existed this afternoon, we have been unable to overcome a cap of stability overhead that has dramatically reduced the threat for thunderstorms across the area this evening.
With the rise in humidity comes the return of thunderstorm chances. Most of the development Tuesday evening and night will hold to the south of the WBTV viewing area, however, it will work its way in come Wednesday.
We will likely see our first 90° day of the season over the next few days, and while it's possible tomorrow, we'll probably stop just short in the upper 80s, before a better shot at hitting 90° on Saturday.