About Us

Hometown Forecast Services, Inc. (HFS) is a leading provider of weather forecasting information serving a variety of commercial industries, media, and government agencies. Our staff of meteorologists provide accurate and dependable weather forecasts and information that enable our customers to make mission critical decisions that help minimize the loss of revenue, life, and property.

Today, HFS is the fastest growing private sector weather company in the country providing service to over 50 radio stations across the United States and Caribbean. HFS is well positioned to expand operations in all domestic and international markets.

Our History

APR
2001
HFS begins providing weather forecasts and audio to 6 stations in the U.S.
NOV
2001
HFS begins providing service to Metro Networks, number of client stations jumps to 66.
DEC
2002
HFS begins providing service to Bloomberg Radio
DEC
2004
HFS begins providing operational forecasts to municipalites in MA and NH.
FEB
2007
HFS begins providing service to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
AUG
2007
HFS begins providing service to Harvard University
NOV
2009
HFS begins providing forecasts and severe weather coverage for Unisource Management Corporation
OCT
2012
HFS provides warnings to clientele one week in advance of Superstorm Sandy.
JAN
2015
HFS begins providing service to the city of Portsmouth NH. HFS now provides forecasting services and severe weather warnings to the 3 largest cities in New Hampshire.

Our Team

robc-carolan Rob Carolan
President and CEO
BS in Meteorology, Lyndon State College, 1989.
gary-best Gary Babikian, Staff Meteorologist,
BS in Meteorology, Lyndon State College, 1983.
scott-kaplan Scott Kaplan, Staff Meteorologist,
BS in Atmospheric Science, UMass-Lowell, 2000.
rob-st-pierre Rob St. Pierre, Staff Meteorologist,
BS in Atmospheric Science, UMass-Lowell, 1999.
Ellen Weisberg, Weather Broadcaster,
BS in Biology/Psychology, SUNY Albany, 1988.
MS/PhD in Pharmacology, Albany Medical College.
Broadcasting Experience:
WRPT/WSRO 1998-1999
WMEX/WBIX 1999-2002
Hometown Forecast Services 2003-Present
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