Welcome to your National Weather Service (NWS) Cheyenne office virtual tour. NWS Cheyenne operates 24/7/365, and is staffed by 23 people, who are here to serve you, our customers in southeast Wyoming and the western Nebraska Panhandle.
Your NWS Cheyenne office team of 23 people is comprised of a Meteorologist-in-Charge (MIC), a Warning and Coordination Meteorologist (WCM), a Science and Operations Officer (SOO), an Administrative Support Assistant (ASA), five Senior Forecasters, five General Forecasters, a Meteorologist Intern, an Observation Program Leader (OPL), two Hydrometeorological Technicians (HMT), an Electronics Systems Analyst (ESA), an Information Technology Officer (ITO), two Electronics Technicians (ET) and one Facilities Engineering Technician (FET).
Rob Cox, Science and Operations Officer (SOO) performing programming work at an AWIPS (Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System ) console.
Jim Knutson, Electronics Systems Analyst (ESA).
Carl Burnside, our Facilities Engineering Technician (FET).
Shawn Liebl, Senior Meteorologist, working at an AWIPS console.
Chris Hammer, Meteorologist.
Becca Mazur, Meteorologist, briefing Scott Carpenter, former Senior Meteorologist, on the weather forecast at shift change.
Ray Gomez, Information Technology Officer (ITO), performing his work related duties.
Buzz Hutcheon, Observation Program Leader (OPL), conversing with a customer.
Dan Deal, Hydrometeorological Technician (HMT), preparing the afternoon climate summary.
Steve Rubin, Meteorologist, preparing the forecast at an AWIPS workstation.
National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office Cheyenne.
Part of the NWS Cheyenne team pictured alongside the Wyoming wind sock. Pictured from left to right are, Brian Chapman, Buzz Hutcheon, Jesse Lundquist (Meteorologist at NWS Goodland, Kansas), Jim Knutson, Mike Jamski, Dan Deal, Chad Hahn, Gerry Claycomb, Kevin Daugherty, Ray Gomez, Rob Cox, John Griffith, Steve Apfel, Rich Emanuel, Mike Weiland and Becca Mazur.
The WSR-88D radar (Doppler Weather Surveillance Radar), just northwest of the office. The radar continuously scans a radius of 248 nautical miles around Cheyenne.
The front office area where the Administrative Support Assistant (ASA), Meteorologist-in-Charge (MIC) and Warning and Coordination Meteorologist (WCM) are located. The office library is located via an entrance on the left past the United States flag.
The electronics office where the Electronics Systems Analyst (ESA) and two Electronics Technicians (ET) have their offices.
The operations area with the situational awareness monitor on in the background. The situational awareness monitor is used primarily for the weekday daily weather briefing when staff members gather to share their daily activities and plans.
The office library.
The training room where some of the staff training is accomplished.
Thank you for viewing the virtual tour of National Weather Service Cheyenne.
Please email any questions, comments or suggestions to:
Rob Cox, Science and Operations Officer
Tim Trudel, Webmaster and MeteorologistSteve Rubin, Meteorologist
You can reach someone at our office by calling 307-772-2468.