The Weather Network's popular commuter reporter is no stranger to traffic jams. Tom spent 19 years with the Toronto Transit Authority as their media communications and traffic commuter expert.
Like many of his colleagues, Tom received his formal on-air training at Ryerson University. Since then, he has become a well-known voice and face on radio and television stations in Toronto.
Tom is the veteran on-air personality of The Weather Network, having been on-air since 1995. On The Weather Network, he has 300 traffic cameras at his disposal -- the most extensive network in Southern Ontario. Tom monitors hundreds of emergency communications and transit operations to provide viewers with the latest conditions for their daily commute.
Tom and his wife Theresa live in Georgetown and have three daughters and one son.
You'll find Tom on weekday mornings on The Weather Network.