Emmy Award-winning meteorologist Ryan Miller is a part of NBC Washington’s Storm Team4. He’s had experience forecasting some of the bigger storms to impact the D.C. area over the past 15 years.
Coupled with his forecasting and broadcasting duties, Ryan is a science teacher in the Arlington Public School System, providing instruction in courses related to high-school and college-level Earth and Environmental Science, Physics, Astronomy, and GIS Mapping at Washington-Liberty High School.
His love of all things meteorology began at a very early age growing up in Northeastern Ohio; he began his broadcast meteorology career as a weather producer for WJLA ABC-7 and was the host of the nationally syndicated show, Outside the Classroom.
Ryan has a B.S. from Penn State University, a M.A. from Virginia Tech, and an Ed.S. from George Washington University. He has also taken graduate level meteorology courses through the USDA Graduate School broadcast meteorology program, is a full member of the American Meteorological Society, and a certified National Geographic Educator.