Tevin Wooten

Meteorologist Tevin Wooten joined NBC10 Boston in June 2022 and can be seen anchoring weather segments at 4 and 7 p.m. on NBC10 Boston.

He holds the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal of approval from the American Meteorological Society, and is an Emmy award winning weather reporter and meteorologist.

Prior to joining NBC10 Boston, Wooten spent four years as an on camera meteorologist with The Weather Channel television network in Atlanta. During his time with the network, Tevin forecasted in studio but also from the frontlines covering major weather events such as hurricanes Florence, Michael, Laura and Delta; numerous winter storms including here in New England; and reported in the aftermath of countless tornadoes across the country.

Tevin is an advocate for bringing diversity to the STEM discipline and providing communities of color with access and awareness to broadcast meteorology.

Wooten is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Association of Black Journalists. He currently serves as a member of the Culture & Inclusion Cabinet with the AMS. Most recently, Wooten was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in the media category. The prestigious list highlights 600 of the brightest young entrepreneurs, leaders "destined to change the world" and make a meaningful impact on society.

Tevin has worked as a journalist and weather anchor in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and has spent time as an EV30 design intern with engineers at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

He holds degrees in broadcast journalism from the University of Arkansas and meteorology from the Florida State University with a mathematics minor.

The Latest

  • Massachusetts Feb 10

    Snow day coming? What to know about next week's winter storm

    As much as we’d like to say that this weekend’s near record-breaking temperatures will stick around New England for a while, highs in the 50s and 60s will be fleeting. Beyond the weekend, we’ll dive back into a mid-February spell of cooler air, and in true New England fashion, a new winter storm is brewing on the other side...

  • Weather Jan 7

    Winter storm batters Massachusetts; damaging impacts expected to last into Monday

    A major winter storm continues to batter New England on Sunday, with up to a foot of snow leading to power outages, closings, crashes and flight delays. Winter storm warnings and watches were in effect throughout the Northeast, and icy roads made for hazardous travel across the region. Numerous churches and schools closed or canceled services. The National Weather Service…

  • Boston Jan 4

    Snow or no? THIS factor can make or break a New England nor'easter

    As we await this weekend’s winter storm, one factor could play a big role in whether the Boston area gets blanketed in fresh snow or a slushy mess: the path the storm takes. The Benchmark is a latitude-longitude boundary roughly 115 miles south of the Outer Cape that tends to determine the precipitation type of winter storms along the I-95…

  • Boston Jan 4

    Snow map: Our first look at potential snow totals in Mass. this weekend

    Boston’s snow drought has been one that’s left most New Englanders puzzled. And that may be coming to an end on Sunday. A potent storm impacting Southern California and the western United States will trek 2,800 miles across the country in the days to come, ultimately landing in New England and bringing wintry weather. At first look, Sunday’s snow...

  • seafood Dec 22, 2023

    How climate change forces creativity in the kitchen for Feast of Seven Fishes

    The Feast of the Seven Fishes is an Italian seafood-centric feast that dates back to the 1900s. This year’s feast at Bar Enza features staples from executive chef Tony Susi. For Susi, an Italian American, the feast carries profound meaning. It’s something he enjoys sharing with Bostonians and those who flock to the area this time of year. In...

  • snow Dec 21, 2023

    Where has all the snow gone? Warming climate points to more difficult winters

    It’s late December, and the finish line of 2023 is in sight, but there hasn’t been much snow in view all season. Boston’s only recorded .2” of snow this winter, and trace amounts in Worcester. Worcester would normally have 9” of snow, and Boston should have nearly 5”. And with abnormally warm temperatures expected next week, there isn’t much to…

  • forecast Nov 27, 2023

    It'll be chilly on Tuesday with a mix of clouds and sun

    Monday morning’s showers continue to clear the region, with mild air in its wake. High temperatures Monday are roughly 20-25 degrees warmer than Sunday, but we won’t dwell on the milder air as it’s a one day affair. With clear skies Monday night, temperatures cool into the upper 20s and low 30s for overnight lows. This set us up...

  • Weather Nov 20, 2023

    Mother Nature is cooking up a storm that's sure to snarl Thanksgiving travel

    While the weather to start the week has been quite nice, things are quickly taking a turn. A new storm system developing across the Central Plains will bring wet and rough weather through much of the eastern U.S. ahead of Thanksgiving Day. Late season severe storms are possible across the Central and Southern Plains on Monday night. Portions of...

  • Boston Nov 15, 2023

    It's a cool Wednesday morning but temperatures will warm up

    Our rather dry stretch of days will continue through the workweek, with each day progressively getting warmer. By the week’s end, we’ll be back down with cooler air, and a chance of rain before it’s all over. Waking up Wednesday morning, temperatures will be cool. A few spots in central Massachusetts will have wind chill values in the 20s,...

  • Halloween Oct 30, 2023

    Spine-chilling cold for Halloween forecasts promises no tricks, only treats

    Halloween is almost here, and the forecast looks promising for trick-or-treaters. Leftover showers wrap this evening and night around 9 p.m. The final day of October will start with dry skies. Tuesday will be cool as a ghoul too, with temperatures in the upper 30s across Boston and MetroWest, mid-30s across the Monadnock Region, and 40s for the Cape...

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