H. Michael Mogil

Title: Certified Consulting Meteorologist
Company: How the Weatherworks
Location: Naples, Florida, United States

H. Michael Mogil, Certified Consulting Meteorologist at How the Weatherworks, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in meteorology.

An esteemed meteorologist, Mr. Mogil has amassed more than five decades of professional experience in his area of expertise. Since 1993, he has been a certified consulting meteorologist for How the Weatherworks, an academic organization dedicated to ensuring that students of all ages learn about weather, math and other STEM subjects. Prior to this role, he served the organization as a certified broadcast meteorologist and forensic meteorologist, positions he has fulfilled since 1979. Alongside these appointments, he has been a content producer for Northeast Weather Forum/Global Weather and Climate Center since 2010 and an owner, manager and tutor for Mathworks Tutoring Inc. since 2005. An independent researcher in his spare time, he has also lent his expertise to the National Weather Camp Program as a director since 2008.

Mr. Mogil holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in meteorology from Florida State University. He has been certified as a consulting meteorologist and broadcast meteorologist by the American Meteorological Society, and he holds a National Weather Association Digital Media Seal. He has established himself as an expert witness for legal and insurance cases, and he and his wife, Barbara Levine, have authored and co-authored numerous books about meteorology. Impressively, he has also penned more than 1,000 articles related to the weather.

In recognition of his exceptional contributions to meteorology, Mr. Mogil was named Member of the Year and honored with the Public Education Award by the National Weather Association in 1988 and 2013, respectively. An avid photographer and videographer, his photographs have been published in several weather textbooks and magazines, including The Washington Post. In fact, one of his photographs was featured on a U.S. Postage Stamp.

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