Meteorologist Noreen Clark joined the Newswatch 16 team in November, 1982. She is the wife of Chief Meteorologist Tom Clark.

Noreen was born in Rochester, New York, and grew up in the village of Dansville in the Genesee Valley. She graduated from the SUNY College at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geoscience.

She taught secondary education earth science for three years in New York state and Maryland, then pursued graduate credits in meteorology at Penn State University at University Park. After attending Penn State Noreen worked for more than two years for the government as a satellite meteorologist outside Washington, D.C.

In addition to forecasting the weather for Newswatch 16, Noreen produces public service announcements with “In Your Neighborhood” segments. She enjoys gardening and trying her hand at interior decorating. Noreen and Tom have a daughter Kristin who is a meteorologist for WeatherNation in Minnesota. Noreen and Tom Clark also own an Old English Sheepdog, Hailey Lou.


Recent Articles
  • Wassall and Cranberry Grapefruit Punch

    Newswatch 16’s Tom and Noreen Clark Share their recipe for Christmas Wassall  and Cranberry Grapefruit Punch  Wassall 1 gallon apple cider 3 to 4 cinnamon sticks, or 3 to 4 tsp. ground cinnamon ½ tsp. ground ginger 2 tbsp. grated orange rind ½ tsp. grated nutmeg (Optional) ½ tsp. ground cloves (Optional) ½ tsp. ground allspice 1 orange sliced 1 lime sliced Some fresh cranberries to add to the festive look Mix all together.  Float the orange slices, lime slices & cranberries. […]

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    23rd Annual Production of “The Gift” – A musical Drama Back Mountain Harvest Assembly, in Trucksville, sponsors the annual Christmas musical drama called “The Gift”.  The outdoor production features over 100 actors & live animals.  There are 5 free performances at the church on Carverton Road:  Dec. 8 & 9, 6 p.m. & 8 p.m. shows and Dec. 11, at 6 p.m.  Food, beverage and snacks are available before each performance. Mady’s Angels Rock N Bowl – Holiday Toy Drive […]

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    18th Annual Christkindlfest The Annual Christkindlfest is celebrated in Hazleton.  Christ Lutheran Church on West Green Street sponsors “The Christ Child Festival”, Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 3 & 4, both days from noon – 5 p.m.  Christkindlfest features a nativity presentation, a tea room for refreshments, a tea room gift shop, homemade baked goods, candy & a visit with St. Nicholas.  Admission is free. Historic Jim Thorpe Olde Time Christmas Olde Time Christmas is celebrated in Jim Thorpe during the […]

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    American Red Cross NEPA Holiday Craft Show American Red Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania sponsors the Holiday Craft Show at the Kingston Armory on Market Street in Wilkes-Barre, Nov. 26 & 27:  Saturday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. & Sunday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  The show features over 150 vendors and crafters exhibiting a variety of unique items.  It’s free parking for the Holiday Craft Show.  For more information on the Holiday Craft Show see:  redcross.org/NEPACraftShow. Family Breakfast with Santa […]

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    Santa Day Parade Activities Santa is coming to town, and Scranton’s Santa Parade is Saturday, Nov. 19 starting at 9 a.m.  After the parade children’s activities are held at the Library Express in the Marketplace at Steamtown starting at noon.  Come join the fun after the parade to write a letter to Santa, make a craft, share stories and watch a holiday movie.  Admission is free. The Edwardsville Warrior Tree Project – Decorating Day & the Lighting Ceremony Warrior Tree […]

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    In Pursuit of Grace 5th Annual Fundraising Event In Pursuit of Grace, a community outreach for animal, hosts the 5th Annual Fundraiser.  It’s held at Waldorf Park Social Club, Waldorf Lane in Scranton, Saturday, Nov. 12 starting at 7 p.m.  The event features entertainment & food:  pasta, salad, wings, sandwiches, soda, coffee & beer.  Try your luck with the basket raffle & 50/50 chance.  Price per person:  adults $20, kids (ages 5-12) $10,  & children under 5 years admitted free.  […]

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    St. Joe’s – Black Tie Stereo Fall Dinner-Dance St. Joseph’s Center sponsors a Fall Festival & Dinner-Dance featuring music of the Pop Rock Band “Black Tie Stereo.”  Fall Festival is at the Regal Room, Lackawanna Ave. in Olyphant, Saturday, Oct 29.  It’s a pasta dinner from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. to eat in or take out.  People can choose to attend the music only part of the venue from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.   Price per person for the […]

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    Light The Night Walk “Light The Night Walk” in Scranton supports The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.  The event is at Nay Aug Park on Saturday, Oct. 22 starting at 4:30 p.m.  The fundraiser features live music, a food truck, raffles, face painting, and an appearance with Elmo & Champ.  Walkers donating $100 will receive a free T-shirt & a lantern to light and send off into the atmosphere at dusk.  The event is free to attend. EverScream Haunted Attraction Just […]

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    Dog Loves Books Scranton Cultural Center sponsors the children’s musical “Dog Loves Books.”  The Dog loves books so much he decides to won a bookstore & acts out all kinds of fun stories for his customers.  The musical is at the Scranton Cultural Center on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 11 a.m.  A children’s “Wiggles & Giggles Workshop” starts an hour before the musical (10 a.m.) at the Cultural Center.  The “Wiggles & Giggles Workshop” is $4 per person & “Dog […]

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    Tunkhannock Rotary Harvest & Wine Festival Tunkhannock Rotary Club sponsors the Harvest & Wine Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Lazy Brook Park near the junction of  Routes 6 & 29.  The Festival features PA wineries for wine tasting & purchase, great food from the harvest, live music, vendors with locally produced and handcrafted items.  It’s advance ticket sales only available at Gay’s True Value, Community Bank, Antonio’s Pizza, & Nimble Hill Winery.  Advance […]

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    Telespond Senior Services 3rd Annual Forget Me Not Walk Telespond Senior Services sponsors the “Forget Me Not Walk” at Nay Aug Park, off Mulberry Street in Scranton on Sunday, Oct. 2.  It is a fun individual, family, and pet friendly 2 mile walk through the scenic gorge.  The event also features food, music and basket raffles.  Proceeds go toward purchasing a handicap equipped van.  Pre-registraion fee by Sept 1 is $15 per individual, and $25 per family.  The registration fee […]

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    The Lenny Zupon / All Saints Academy 5K All Saints Academy sponsors The Lenny Zupon 5K Run / Walk including a Kids Run.  The first 200 people to register receive a T-shirt & promotional bag.  The event is at McDade Park, Bald Mountain Road, outside Scranton on Saturday, Sept. 24.  Registration starts at 8:15 a.m., Kids Run is at 9:30 a.m. & the 5K timed race begins at 10:00 a.m. Fall Festival North Pocono Public Library sponsors the 2nd Annual […]