MIKE NICCO

 

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AMS Meteorologist

 

EXPERIENCE

 

KSHB-TV                                                              Kansas City, MO                         November 2022 - Present

Chief Meteorologist

 

KGO-TV, KGO-AM                                                 San Francisco, CA              January 2007 - November 2022

Dayside Meteorologist (AM Jan 2007 - December 2021)

- Lead television and social media coverage of 100-year flood affecting Bay Area and

Northern California

- Created and provided extensive social media coverage of damages, aftershocks and hazards

of 6.0 magnitude Napa Earthquake

- Provided initial and continuing coverage of record-setting wildfires and their long-term

effects on weather and Californians

- Contributed content and analysis for several special weather and climate change stories and

programs

 

KMSP-TV, KLIZ-FM, KUAL-FM                                 Minneapolis, MN             December 2003 - December 2006

Weekend Meteorologist

- Non-stop coverage of severe and tornadic thunderstorm events giving viewers information

needed to stay safe

- Field reported conditions and effects from blizzards

 

WBTV-TV                                                            Charlotte, NC                         June 2001 - December 2003

Morning Meteorologist

- Field reports of Hurricane Isabelle’s approach and landfall, displaying effects and dangers to

audiences across the Carolinas

- Covered local effects of multiple severe thunderstorm and tornadic events across the

Carolinas

- Produced special weathercasts about snow and ice storms affecting areas not prepared for

winter weather ramifications

- Provided content and analysis for several special weather specific programs

 

KARK-TV                                                            Little Rock, AR                              March 1997 - June 2001

Morning Meteorologist

- Lead non-stop coverage of largest tornado outbreak in Arkansas history

- Spearheaded coverage of two of the worst ice storms and two of the worst snow storms in

Arkansas history

 

KTBS-TV                                                            Shreveport, LA                               May 1995 - March 1997

Morning Meteorologist

- Broadcast field reports showing impacts of Hurricane Opal on people and property across the

Gulf Coast

- Covered severe thunderstorm, tornado, crippling ice and snow storm events from studio and

field

 

 

SKILLS

- Produce and present content for digital and linear media, specialties include weather, climate, earthquake and wildfire.

- In-depth experience forecasting and reporting national and regionally specific weather, natural hazards and climate change.

- Increasing station awareness via community outreach, public appearances, school visits and station tours.

- Expert knowledge and application of The Weather Company software. Also, familiar with Baron live and local radar system.

- AMS NEXRAD & Live Doppler Radar Training

- National Weather Service Severe Storm Spotter Training

 

 

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

- AMS Seal of Approval

- Best of the Bay – Morning Meteorologist

- Best On-Air Meteorologist – Arkansas Times

- Best Weathercast – Arkansas Associated Press

- Emcee, facilitate and participate in numerous fundraisers, several team winning and event

record-setting amounts

 

 

EDUCATION

Atmospheric Science BA, University of Kansas

- President, Vice President, Treasurer – Atmospheric Science Club

- Collaborated the creation of Atmospheric Science Club Severe Storm Chase Team