Scott Sincoff is the Chief Meteorologist for the StormTracker 12 weather team and is the meteorologist for 12 News First Edition, 12 News at 6, and 12 News at 11.
Before joining the WBOY StormTracker 12 weather team in April 2018, Scott spent 2 years as the Morning Meteorologist at KVRR Local News in Fargo, ND, where he honed his skills forecasting severe and winter weather as well as conducting numerous science experiments for viewers across the Red River Valley. Now, Scott uses those skills to lead north-central West Virginia’s most accurate and most experienced weather team.
Born and raised in central New Jersey, Scott received his Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Media Studies and Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behaviors in 2014. Scott also obtained his Master’s degree in Geosciences with a concentration in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University in 2016. He is also a member of the National Weather Association.
Scott is an Eagle Scout and enjoys exploring Wild and Wonderful West Virginia, especially Coopers Rock State Forest and around the New River Gorge while eating a scratch-made pepperoni roll. He also enjoys musical theater, cooking and eating new things, craft beer, singing, and watching sports, especially football, hockey, and baseball. Scott loves to cheer on the New Jersey Devils, New York Yankees, as well as Mississippi State, NDSU, West Virginia, and Rutgers college sports. Scott also has two rescue dogs – Doppler and Declan.
If you see Scott around the area, make sure to say hi! You can send him pictures, weather reports, and tidbits at firstname.lastname@example.org as well as on Facebook or Twitter.