I've always had a passion for weather since I was 7 years old. Like most kids, I wished for snow days, and I love big snow storms (especially lake effect!), thunderstorms and changeable weather in general.
I'm a Buffalo native and graduated with two Bachelor of Science degrees in Meteorology and in Communications/Journalism. After working at television stations in North Carolina, St. Louis and Rochester, NY, I returned home to work at WIVB and now am freelancing at "The Deuce", WGRZ.
I also enjoy helping out charitable cause and serve as the Annual Giving Director for the Strong Kids Campaign at YMCA Buffalo Niagara. In my spare time, I study voice at the Eastman School of Music and also play piano and flute. I love to sing with symphonies and in the shower, too! :-)
Interests: You're most likely to see me around town at a concert, the mall, movies or singing some where around town.
On the weekends I love to: Bake, exercise, sing, pray, shop, go to concerts and sporting events and spend time with family and friends.
The high school, college or pro sports teams I root for are The Sabres, Buffalo Bills, Duke Blue Devils and Coach K.
If I'm watching a movie or listening to music, it's probably ...well for music, it's anything from Sting to Mozart.
I have an interest in many music genres, including pop, R&B, jazz, classical, heavy metal, alternative, hip-hop, Latin, Brazilian. Movies: The Bourne series and anything featuring Denzel Washington. He's my favorite actor.
I am passionate about: Western New York weather, music and fund raising.
Facebook: Mary Beth Wrobel WGRZ
Mary Beth Wrobel's Blog Entries
This weekend, my high school choir is celebrating its Diamond Anniversary.
I've decided that I'd like to start running outside more instead of sticking to the treadmill.
This might sound weird, but I enjoy covering school board meetings.
I love being a reporter because I get to learn something new every day.
Hi! I've been in Buffalo almost six weeks, and I'm having a great time! People keep asking me the same question: How do you like it here so far? Some people have asked me more than once, perhaps expecting that I'm going to change my answer. So far, I haven't.
Today, I have the opportunity to visit with the Van Hauwaert family in West Seneca.