Chris Cimino serves as the meteorologist for NBC New York’s morning show "Today in New York."
A native New Yorker, Cimino joined NBC4 as weekend meteorologist in December 1995. He came to the station from WTXF-TV in Philadelphia where he was the weekend weather anchor for the late news.
Cimino was also the weekday weather anchor for the morning and noon newscasts on WLWT-TV, the NBC affiliate in Cincinnati, Ohio, and held similar positions with WNEP-TV, Pennsylvania, and WROC-TV, Rochester, New York.
Prior to that, Cimino was the senior broadcast meteorologist for the Metro Weather Service Inc., forecasting and broadcasting weather reports to more than 25 radio stations nationwide.
In 2000, Cimino was awarded the Townsend Harris Medal from the City College of New York. He is Honorary Chair for the Mid-Jersey Chapter of the M.S. Association and rides in the annual 50-mile “Coast to Coast” bike tour in New Jersey.
Cimino has served as media chairperson and works closely with the United Cerebral Palsy organization in Long Island hosting the “Festival of Trees.” He was honored with the organization’s “Humanitarian of the Year Award” in 2001.
A recipient of the prestigious American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval, Cimino holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from City College of New York.