Chad Merrill Weathercaster

Chad Merrill

Chad Merrill joined WeatherBug in August of 2008 as a meteorologist. Prior to joining WeatherBug and as he pursued his interest in weather, he conducted numerous science projects relating to the atmosphere and was a weather watcher for Channel 9, WUSA-TV in Washington, D.C.

After graduating from college, Merrill was a news producer and part-time meteorologist for the NBC affiliate in Johnstown, PA. Merrill also served as a weekend meteorologist and multi-media producer for NBC25 in Hagerstown, MD, where he covered notable events such as massive area floods in 2006, as well as the MidAtlantic severe weather outbreak in 2008.

Merrill graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from the California University of Pennsylvania. When he is not working, Merrill enjoys golfing, swimming, tennis, skiing and going to the beach.

Contact Chad

1100 Wilson BLVD, Suite 601 Arlington, VA 22209

Recent Stories

  1. Eastern U.S. Winter: Snowy & Cold

    The last 3 months can definitely be hailed as the winter that just wouldn’t quit. The biggest highlight was above average snowfall. Not just in Washington but all across the East.

  2. Winter 2013-2014 Snapshot: The Season of Snow and Cold!

    No doubt it has been nail-biting cold this winter. Not only has the Mid-Atlantic been submerged in the deep freeze but much of the Midwest and Great Lakes have been challenging records for temperatures and snow.

  3. Groundhog Day 2014: What Will Phil Predict?

    A popular rodent will get the spotlight this weekend. The 128th weather prediction from Groundhog Phil will be seen all across the U.S. on Groundhog Day 2014 this coming Sunday.

  4. Progressive DC winter pattern continues; next snow chance Tuesday

    The upper-level wind pattern has only favored brief shots at snow across the Washington area so far this winter. Another storm on the horizon Tuesday looks to do just that; bring a small taste of snow to the nation’s capital.

  5. 102nd Year Anniversary of Record Cold

    The Arctic express that brought record cold to parts of the region just a week ago was just the tip of the iceberg compared to what happened early this week back in 1912.