Lee Goldberg (meteorologist)

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Lee Goldberg (born October 4, 1972) is an American meteorologist at New York City's WABC-TV, where he anchors Eyewitness News Accu-Weather coverage at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm and 11pm. He has been at WABC-TV since July 1996.


Goldberg began his career in broadcast meteorology as a private weather forecaster, where he reported for utilities and ski areas. He also worked as a weather agent in Canada and the United States at the same time.[citation needed]

He earned his B.S. in meteorology at Cornell University in 1994. At this time, he interned at WCVB-TV And WHDH-TV, both in Boston. He began his career in New York at WSTM-TV in Syracuse, New York, starting just in time to cover the infamous Blizzard of 1993, which heavily impacted central New York. He was hired full-time after graduating from college. He remained there for two years, long enough to report on the winter of 1995-1996 that buried Syracuse in more than 15 feet of snow.


On July 23, 1996, Goldberg appeared on Good Morning America, as a substitute for Sam Champion, whom Goldberg replaced at WABC-TV in 2006. He was formerly the station's weekend forecaster.

Personal life[edit]

Lee resides in Somers in Westchester County[1] with his wife Jessica and their two children, Emily and Ethan.


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