Mark Elliot is an award-winning Storm Specialist and On-Camera Meteorologist for The Weather Channel. He has been part of The Weather Channel broadcast team since 2004, and since then, has been a part of the coverage of just about every type of weather phenomena.
Mark holds a dual major undergraduate degree from Rutgers University in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science Physics. He then continued his studies at The Georgia Institute of Technology, completing a Master of Science in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. He is a long-standing member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association and has held various board positions for local chapters of those organizations.
Mark has been a guest speaker for many schools, organizations, and civic groups to talk about meteorology, broadcasting, and climate change. He is also a frequent interviewee of NPR including for their national show, Here and Now. Mark has also been the emcee for the Boy Scouts of America Peach of an Athlete Awards.
While not broadcasting, Mark enjoys traveling, craft beer, running, and occasionally traveling to run races that end at craft breweries.