Heidi Werosta joined the WBOC Storm Tracker Weather Team in August of 2018. She graduated from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J., in 2016 with a bachelor's of science in meteorology and a minor in geography. H
eidi always wanted to be a meteorologist ever since she was 5 and her absolute dream was to become a broadcaster. Now, she is living that dream. After college graduation she moved to Bismarck, N.D., to work at KX News and start her passion for meteorology. While living there for two years she forecast temperatures that reached 45 degrees below zero in the winter, then temperatures just over 100 degrees in the summer. There's also a wide variation of severe weather that occurs in North Dakota, from blizzards to tornadoes and for those two years in the Midwest it was a challenge. But it was amazing to see a thunderstorm develop 50 miles away. It kept Heidi's passion for the weather. But then it was time to continue that passion and from there she moved to Delmarva to work at WBOC as the station's newest meteorologist. It was also much closer to home. Heidi is a New Jersey native and missed those summer days at the beach and so she knew WBOC was a perfect match.
Heidi is a member of the American Meteorological Society and one of her goals is to get her certification with AMS. When not in the studio Heidi enjoys going to the beach, cooking, and of course exploring what the area has to offer. She would like to find all of the best places to eat and travel to across Delmarva.