Mike Goldberg
Meteorology & More...

Mike's Forecast for Central Virginia...             
Latest observations from around the area...


The Forecast for Richmond and Central Virginia...

TODAY:  Mostly sunny...HIGH in the upper 60s to near 70

TONIGHT:  Mainly clear and cool...LOW in the mid 40s

FRIDAY:  Warmer with a mix of sun and clouds, a few afternoon showers possible...HIGH in the upper 70s

SATURDAY:  Partly sunny and warm...LOW in the mid 50s, HIGH in the upper 70s to around 80

SUNDAY:  Mostly sunny...LOW in the upper 40s, HIGH in the low 70s

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Mike Goldberg can be seen Mondays & Tuesdays on CBS 6 News @ Noon & 7PM, as well as Saturday mornings & evenings (WTVR-CBS 6 in Richmond, VA).  His forecasts for Richmond and central Virginia can be heard Friday afternoons during "Kat's Cafe" on Lite 98 radio.  Mike also serves as a freelance meteorologist for WSET-TV, the ABC affiliate in Lynchburg, VA, WAVY-TV (NBC) and WVBT-TV (FOX) in Hampton Roads, VA, and WHEC-TV (NBC) in Rochester, NY.  He has received the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation from the American Meteorological Society and holds the National Weather Association's Television Seal of Approval.  Mike serves on the Council and Broadcast Meteorology Subcommittee on Standards and Ethics for the NWA and h
as served as Chief Meteorologist for television stations in Richmond, VA, Rochester, NY and Binghamton, NY.

Mike is also a Classical Music Host for 88.9 WCVE, Richmond Public Radio.  You can hear him Thursdays and Fridays from 11 A.M. until 3 P.M. and weekend mornings from 7 A.M. until 8 A.M. hosting "Breakfast Classics with Mike Goldberg."  Click on this link to listen live:  WCVE Live Streaming


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Check out a great resource on tropical history over the region: 
Mid-Atlantic Hurricanes.com

For a more in-depth discussion of weather patterns over the next 7-10 days and beyond, check out the blog 
"Mike's Eye on the Weather"...




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