Meteorologist Garett Argianas returned to NBC Connecticut in May 2011. A familiar face to the residents of Connecticut, Argianas has been a trusted source of accurate weather forecasts for nearly a decade. He has tracked every major weather event in recent years: winter storms, blizzards, severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, flooding, tropical storms, extreme cold and heat waves – all within the borders of our small state!
Argianas, a Connecticut native, grew up in Shelton and attended Shelton High School. He graduated from the University at Albany with degrees in Atmospheric Science (Meteorology) and Mathematics. He worked in Albany, NY at WRGB before joining NBC Connecticut as weekend meteorologist in 2003. Argianas was the chief meteorologist at WTIC-TV from 2007 to 2011 where he spearheaded the expansion of the weather department and wrote a daily weather column for The Hartford Courant.
Argianas has been recognized as a “Certified Broadcast Meteorologist” by the American Meteorological Society (AMS), the most prestigious certification awarded to broadcasts meteorologists. He has emceed numerous charity events throughout his home state and visited with thousands of children in area schools. He volunteers each summer as a public address announcer at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and the Little League Baseball and Softball East Region tournaments in Bristol.