Sean Macaday

Sean is thrilled to be joining KIMT and StormTeam3, and is happy to be back in the midwest closer to family.

Title: Meteorologist

Sean Macaday joined KIMT in July of 2019 from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, where he received a bachelors degree in Meteorology and Marine Science. While at Miami, Sean was a part of the Emmy award-winning student news program NewsVision, where he was a broadcast meteorologist for the program. Sean also co-created the student weather show CanesCast which debuts in the fall of 2019.

Sean’s interest in weather began at a young age during a tornado warning in his hometown of Arlington Heights, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. After having to hide in the basement during the storm, Sean experienced frequent nightmares over the next few weeks. This continued until one day when he visited the local library and checked out some books and videos on tornadoes. From there the rest is history; he was instantly hooked.

When Sean isn’t obsessively looking at clouds, he enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, fishing, and even scuba diving (if someone knows anywhere in the area to scuba dive, let Sean know and he would be greatly appreciative).

Sean is thrilled to be joining KIMT and StormTeam3, and is happy to be back in the midwest closer to family.

You can follow Sean on Twitter & Facebook at @macadaywx

Recent Posts by Sean Macaday

StormTeam3: Summer lovin' for one more week? We think yes.

High temps in the 80s, along with tropical humidity, return for the next few days before the start of meteorological fall.

StormTeam3: Everything concerning Saturday's severe weather chance

Uncertainty remains in the forecast for storms tonight. Will they even develop? Or will it be another rain out?

StormTeam3: Marginal chance for severe weather Saturday night

After almost a week straight of severe weather, the ride may not be over yet.

StormTeam 3: Several rounds of rain, severe storms possible

Front will swing round after round of storms our way through Thursday

StormTeam3: Timing out Monday's risk of severe storms

The passage of multiple fronts Monday along with increased humidity will allow for the possibility of severe weather.

StormTeam3: Rain and clouds persist for coming days, small severe threat Monday

The next few days might not be the greatest time for any outdoor activities you may have planned. Rain on Sunday, with a potential for storms early in the workweek.

StormTeam3: A cool, cloudy, and considerably rainy weekend in store.

A cloudy weekend is in store. Slight rain chance Saturday night, increasing dramatically on Sunday. High temps Sunday may not even break 65 degrees with all the cloud cover!

StormTeam 3: Severe weather threat late this afternoon into Tuesday morning.

With the approach of a warm front, some strong storms could kick up later today into tomorrow morning.

Stormteam3: Strong to severe storms possible Monday night

Damaging winds and heavy downpours possible

StormTeam3: Slight Risk of Severe Weather Monday-Tuesday

A low level jet Monday night will amplify thunderstorm activity towards being severe.

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