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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.


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