Lee Goldberg  | ABC7 WABC News Team
Lee Goldberg is Chief Meteorologist for Channel 7's Eyewitness News First@4 and Eyewitness News at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00. He joined the Eyewitness News Weather Team in 1996.

Lee's curiosity about weather began at age twelve, when he built his first "Weather Center" out of shoe boxes and milk cartons. By age fourteen, he was broadcasting his first weather reports to his hometown of Canton, Massachusetts on Canton Cablevision. His own experience has led him to share his passion for weather with schools across the Tri-state, inspiring a future generation of young meteorologists!

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Lee studied Meteorology at Cornell University, receiving a BS in 1994. While in college, he interned at WCVB-TV and WHDH-TV in Boston, and at the National Weather Service office in Concord, New Hampshire.

He began his meteorological career in 1993, forecasting for utilities and ski areas with a private weather service and for US and Canadian radio stations. At the same time, he filled in on-air at WSTM-TV in Syracuse, New York, contributing award-winning coverage when the historic "Blizzard of 1993" hit Central New York. Upon graduation, Lee was hired full time at WTVH-TV in Syracuse.

Lee's dedication to community service includes his avid support for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation, hosting their annual Walkathon in Riverside Park each spring. He was recently acknowledged for his work with the foundation. He is also an active member of the Central Park Conservancy, supporting numerous programs to protect and preserve the park.

A life-long Boston Red Sox fan, Lee enjoys playing golf and tennis in his spare time. He lives in Westchester with his wife Jessica, and their two children.

Lee's Stories
Plummeting to Earth? How space weather is causing satellites to fall from orbit
Weather in space may be causing satellites to plummet toward Earth at an alarming rate. Watch the latest episode of "Weather or Not with Lee Goldberg."
Weather or Not: Webb Telescope images show deep universe
The James Webb Space Telescope, the most powerful ever, is ready to help us understand the origins of the universe.
New York City, national emergency agencies prepare for another active hurricane season
It's National Hurricane Preparedness Week and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, known as NOAA, and New York City's Emergency Management Agency are busy getting ready for another active season.
NASA's new James Webb Space Telescope to make out-of-this-world discoveries
The amazing new James Webb Space Telescope will soon be making out-of-this-world discoveries. In the latest episode of "Weather or Not," Lee Goldberg shows us the wonders that will soon be beamed back to Earth.
Weather or Not: Curiosity's fascinating discoveries on Mars
The Curiosity rover is making incredible discoveries on Mars, including a captivating object in the sand that has captured the internet's attention. Watch the latest episode of "Weather or Not with Lee Goldberg."
Tracking the nor'easter: The art of the forecast
The art of the forecast is a complicated one and tracking the timing and snow totals for this weekend's nor'easter has been just that. Lee Goldberg explains why in this episode of "Weather or Not."
Turning the tide on climate change: Offshore wind farms coming to NY, NJ
In a matter of just 10 years, massive offshore wind turbines will be scattered in the ocean off New York and New Jersey generating enough energy to power millions of homes while also creating jobs.
NatGeo explains the 7 ways climate change is affecting your life
In this episode of "Weather or Not with Lee Goldberg," we take a look at seven impacts of climate change right here at home with help from our colleagues at National Geographic.
Weather or Not: Lee's Thanksgiving travel and parade forecast
Whether you're traveling, hosting family and friends or just want to know parade conditions, "Weather or Not with Lee Goldberg" has everything you need to know.
The apple of discord: How climate change is biting into orchard crops
One of the treasures of the Tri-State region is our apple farms, but climate change is a growing threat. Lee Goldberg explains how in the latest episode of "Weather or Not."