Scott Reynolds has been teaching Severe and Hazardous Weather at Plymouth State University since Spring 2022, and will be teaching Weather in Emergency Management in Spring 2023. He is a graduate of the PSU Meteorology Program, earning his bachelor’s degree in 1989. He earned his Master of Science degree in Emergency Management from Millersville University (PA) in 2020.
Scott works full time as the Meteorologist-in-Charge for the National Weather Service’s (NWS) Center Weather Service Unit (CWSU) in Nashua, NH. In that position, he oversees all CWSU operations, which include providing aviation decision support services to the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Air Route Traffic Control Center in Nashua.
This also includes oversight of student volunteer program with PSU and other nearby universities. His professional interests include coastal sea breezes and their impacts on aviation, and effective messaging of meteorological impacts. He is also a member of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the National Weather Association (NWA). He will be a session co-chair for the Aviation, Range and Aviation Meteorology Conference at the 2023
AMS Annual Meeting .
In his spare time, he also enjoys umpiring youth baseball and refereeing youth soccer, listening to jazz music, and spending time with family and friends.