Reid Kisselback is the weekend meteorologist/news multimedia journalist for WKTV.
Reid Kisselback is the weekend meteorologist/news multimedia journalist for WKTV. He anchors weather on the weekend and reports during the week.
Reid joined the StormTracker 2 weather team after graduating from SUNY Albany in 2017 with a Bachelor's degree in Atmospheric Science.
While attending college, Reid interned at WTEN in the summer of 2016, The National Weather Service, and the New York State Mesonet, all in Albany. Besides interning and competing in the UAlbany and National Forecasting Contests, Reid was very active on campus as an Orientation Leader for 3 summers and a Resident Assistant for 3 semesters, Vice President of the American Meteorological Society, and avid supporter of the Great Danes Basketball and Football teams.
In his free time, Reid loves to be outdoors, whether it is running, biking, hiking, or just playing Frisbee. Reid loves to take pictures of nature and weather. Other interests include singing and learning to play new instruments.
Genesee Street in Utica was lined with people on Saturday for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade despite frigid temperatures and some snowflakes.
Residents will have set their clocks an hour ahead on March 10, and the Utica Fire Department is reminding residents to also check the batteries in their smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.
The Utica Department of Public Works is filling potholes as fast as they appear..
Hear are some tips to stay warm at the American Heart Run and Walk tomorrow morning.
Meteorologist Reid Kisselback has the latest on the road conditions and provides an update on the blustery weather.
National Grid is preparing for wind gusts as high as 50mph in Central New York.
The Harried Housewife's recipe for Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
Another round of snow looks to arrive and impact the Monday commute.
A Kirkville man is in trouble following a domestic incident in Verona.
A winter storm brought a mix of snow and sleet to the region.