Justin Finch Biography, Age, Wife, Education, Career And NBC4 News Today

Justin Finch Biography

Justin Finch is an American journalist working as a general assignments reporter for News4. He usually works the early shift on News4 Today.

Finch is a native of Atlanta, USA. He attended Cornell University where he studied English and Africana Studies. Justin also has a master’s degree in Journalism from Columbia University. He currently lives in Washington D.C.

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Justin Finch Education

He attended Cornell University where he studied English and Africana Studies. Justin also has a master’s degree in Journalism from Columbia University.

Justin Finch Career | Justin Finch NBC4 News Today

Justin Finch is a general task journalist for News4, regularly working the early move on News4 Today. Finch joined NBC4 in 2016 from KYW-TV in Philadelphia, where he secured the 2016 Democratic National Convention, the notable visit of Pope Francis, and the destructive wrecking of Amtrak 188.

He additionally worked at WTVJ-TV in Miami, News 12 The Bronx and News 12 Brooklyn in New York City, and at Channel One News as a stay. While there, he ventured to the far corners of the planet revealing for the day by day instructive news program that broadcasts in study halls across the nation.

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Thousands Without Power as Storm, Tornado Clean Up Begins

Thousands of utility customers were still without power after dawn Friday after powerful storms swept through the D.C. region, including a tornado in Howard County.

Howard County residents began cleaning up after a damaging tornado that swept through about 3:30 p.m. Thursday. More than 1,000 BG&E customers were out of power at 6 a.m.

The National Weather Service is expected in the county Friday to fully assess the strength of the tornado. Preliminary reports showed the path was about 5.5 miles with a width of 150 yards.

One person was hurt in the tornado, the NWS says, but it’s unclear how. No other injuries were reported.

Some Howard County schools will close Friday due to the weather: Dayton Oaks Elementary will close because access is blocked. Power outages have closed Folly Quarter Middle School and Clarksville Middle School.

Severe storms with hail, wind and blinding rain affected a large swath of land between Northern Virginia and Maryland. A tree toppled over on a home in District Heights, Maryland, hitting two homes and a car.

Nearly 3,000 Dominion Energy customers in Fairfax County may not see their power restored until Friday evening, the utility says.

The weather forced some schools to close Friday: Patuxent Elementary in Upper Marlboro will close after a water main break and Crestwood Middle School in Frederick County will close due to a power outage.

Despite the damage, there are some rays of sunshine in the weekend forecast. The stretch of stormy days is over, with Friday forecast to be comfortable and sunny. Saturday stays mostly dry, but there is a chance for some stray showers on Sunday.

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