Matthew Cappucci

A self-proclaimed natural disaster, Matthew Capucci has lived a tempestuous life beyond chasing storms.  He began presenting at conferences and writing for local newspapers at age fourteen, and attended Harvard University, where he created his own special concentration in atmospheric sciences‚ the first-ever in the institution’s 400-year history.  A meteorologist for The Washington Post, Matthew does routine forecasts on NPR, fCanada’s CTV News Network (during hurricane season), makse international television appearances during tornado and wildfire episodes, and serves as a U.S. tropical weather expert for BBC News. A passionate advocate for introducing children and young people to the joy of science, he works part-time as an educational and college admissions consultant, has delivered motivational speeches around the world, and is a regular on SiriusXM’s “Children’s Palace.”
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