Matt Gray

Meteorologist/Reporter

POSTED: 3:11 PM Jul 10 2013   UPDATED: 4:30 PM Jun 24 2014
Matt Gray

Matt joined the NBC Montana weather team in July 2013 after graduating with a Bachelor of Science in meteorology from The Florida State University. This is his first professional position in the weather field and he is excited to begin his career at NBC Montana.

Matt became fascinated with weather while watching thunderstorms during the hot Florida afternoons. The 2004 hurricane season has serious impacts on the Sunshine State, including Matt's hometown of Ocala, FL. It was then that he began to consider meteorology as a career. During his time at FSU, Matt spent summers launching weather balloons in Oklahoma and interning at WHNT TV in Huntsville, Alabama where he decided to pursue a broadcasting career.

Matt is an avid sports fan and follows the New York Mets, New York Giants, and his alma mater's sports teams. He also enjoys outdoor pursuits such as backpacking and plans to spend more time outdoors now that he resides in a place as beautiful as western Montana. In his brief time in Montana, he has covered everything from blizzards to wildfires to severe thunderstorms.

Matt wants to hear from you! Please email him weather photos, weather related story ideas, and any questions or comments you may have. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter.

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Unprotected spas lead to lost licenses for Missoula Inn

Heath officials say the Missoula C'mon Inn had 4 years to put up protective fencing to prevent accidental drownings for four spas in it's atrium.

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Missoula deputy forced off road in high speed chase

Missoula sheriff’s deputies chased a suspected felon on Highway 200, outside Bonner, Wednesday.

 

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Mystery fireball turns out to be space junk

A bright fireball lit up the sky over Western Montana Monday night thanks to Chinese rocket debris.

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Subzero wind chill Saturday night

Arctic air and breezy conditions will lead to subzero wind chill values overnight, mainly in Southwest Montana.

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University of Montana president delivers mid-year update

U of M President Royce Engstrom delivered a mid-year update on the state of the university Wednesday afternoon, covering everything from campus safety to budgeting to new construction.

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U of M students flock to career fair

Soon-to-be University of Montana graduates got to meet some local companies looking to hire.

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Missoula airport ticket prices fall below national average

New data from the Federal Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows the price of flying in and out of Missoula is below the national average.

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Philipsburg officials consider resort tax for town

Philipsburg learned that the state would allow the town to be classified as a resort community.

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Philipsburg ice rink out of action with weeks of warmth

President's Day weekend brewfest raised money for refrigeration equipment.

RTTS 2015

Mushers ready for slushy Race to the Sky

Teams gathered in Helena for inspection by veterinarians.

Stockman Bank Plans

Stockman Bank one of many upcoming downtown Missoula projects

An "incredible" amount of development in the downtown area is coming soon.

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I-90 rockslide site part of 2014 prevention project

The area of I-90 shut down due to a rockslide over the weekend was part of a rockslide prevention project in 2014.

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Speeding up Missoula internet a slow process

A sold internet infrastructure is in place in Missoula, but can anybody connect to it?

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Public pressure kills Missoula police command vehicle

Public pressure over potential uses of a police communications vehicle caused the department to withdraw the request after only one week on the table.

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Seeley-Swan High considers 4-day school week

While nothing is set in stone, staff of Seeley-Swan High School are heavily considering moving to a schedule that would have most students in class only four days each week.