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Stephanie Sine

Meteorologist

Professional Experience:
Meteorologist - WHAG News in Hagerstown, MD where I forecast for 4 different states (MD, PA, VA, and WV) stretching from the mountains of the Allegheny to the Shenandoah Valley.

Education:
University of North Carolina at Asheville; BS in Atmospheric Sciences with a concentration in Forecasting. 

Hometown:
Cumberland, MD

Family:
Most of my family resides in Western Maryland and West Virginia. My fiancé still lives in Maryland but will relocate to the Lowcountry soon.  We have two furry friends, one cat named Yoda and a two-year-old Boxer named Yaddle.

Hobbies & Interests:
I practice yoga whenever possible, but I have also been in dance since the age of 3.  I enjoy walking and biking trails and enjoy being outside in the fresh air.  Reading, video games, and Netflix are some of my favorite indoor activities! 

Favorite Books/Music:
I grew up listening to the Beatles with my mother, so I’m a big fan of the original “fab four!” I played the violin for 8 years and the marimba/percussion for 4 years, so I am open to all musical genres! 

Most Memorable Storm:
I recently reported through the Blizzard of January 22-24, 2016.  While there was a total of “only” 25” of snow outside of my Hagerstown apartment, we saw a total of 43” of snow in a nearby town, Glengary, WV.  This storm took hours of work to cover and I ended up walking a few miles in knee deep snow to my live shot in the middle of the blizzard. 

Likes Best About Lowcountry:
The mild weather, beautiful beach scenery, and welcoming people.  Oh, and I can’t leave out the great food!

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