Welcome to McWeather.com!
McWeather.com has become an invaluable resource for tracking and forecasting Central Ohio weather. It was created and continues to be maintained by WCMH-TV Meteorologist Marshall McPeek.
McWeather.com was originally created for purely practical purposes. Because I tend to move from computer to computer, I wasn't able to keep an updated set of bookmarks on each machine. But with the website, the links are available on any internet-connected device. Problem solved.
Over the years, the links have grown to include most of the tools we use in daily forecasting... and many are helpful while we track severe weather, too.
We hope these pages are as helpful to you as they are to us!
About Marshall McPeek
Marshall McPeek is a meteorologist, co-anchor, and news reporter for WCMH-TV4 in Columbus, Ohio.
He joined NBC4 in January 2002.
Before joining Storm Team 4, Marshall worked as a weather anchor for WEWS-TV and as a weather anchor and feature reporter at WKYC-TV, both in Cleveland. He also worked as an anchor/reporter for WTOL-TV in Toledo, Ohio, and WSIL-TV in Harrisburg, Illinois.
Marshall earned a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from Ohio University and a broadcast meteorology certificate from Mississippi State University. He is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society. He holds the AMS’s prestigious Seal of Approval (Seal #1416) and has earned the designation of Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (#501).
Marshall has been nominated for two Emmy awards. The first nomination was for his series of reports from Adana, Turkey; the second for spot news coverage in Cleveland. He has also received several Ohio Associated Press awards.
He says one of the most memorable stories he has covered was the battle against the Mississippi River flooding of 1993. He also remembers following members of the Toledo Air National Guard to Incirlik AFB (Turkey) as they patrolled the no-fly zone over northern Iraq.
Marshall grew up in Bucyrus, Ohio, and landed his first broadcasting gig when he was just 14 years old. He worked with WBCO-AM/WBCQ-FM (now WQEL) doing everything from news reporting to disc jockeying to live remotes at the Crawford County Fair.
Marshall and his partner live in Columbus with their favorite canines, Quox, Pogonip and Vlad, and their favorite finicky feline, Stewie. Oh, and some fish.