Most recently, Jennifer Delgado served as a meteorologist for FOX’s WAGA in Atlanta, and before that, WXIA in Atlanta.
Jennifer is quite familiar with the DMV’s ever changing weather as she spent nearly ten years covering it on the national level.
She previously spent three years as a meteorologist for The Weather Channel in Atlanta. Delgado was also a meteorologist for CNN and CNN International in Atlanta from 2008-13.
That’s where she honed her skills covering everything from tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes and tornadoes. Delgado, a cancer survivor, took a break from weather to undergo a lifesaving bone marrow transplant and is a big supporter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and pet therapy.
Jennifer is thrilled to call D.C. home and is exploring the city with her three pups.
It's not your imagination – the weather is changing, and the days are quickly getting shorter. In fact, Wednesday night will be the final night that the sun sets at 8 p.m. in 2022!
Mostly sunny skies Monday with warm temperatures in the upper-80s and a few pop-up showers across the D.C. region.
The sweltering heat wave continues in the D.C. region Monday with hot and humid temperatures reaching the mid-90s and the threat for afternoon and evening storms.
A sunny and pleasant start to the workweek with clear skies and low humidity across the D.C. region.
Great July 4th weather is ahead on Monday!
Summertime heat makes a return Thursday with high temperatures returning to the low-90s.
It’s the unofficial start to summer and temperatures are going to heat up across the D.C. region this Memorial Day!
Morning storms prompted multiple tornado warnings across the DMV, and another round of storms could bring watches later Friday evening, before they clear out and set up a beautiful Memorial Day weekend
Grab the jacket for one more day of the chilly weather before the arrival of some major midweek warmth!
The puck drops Thursday night for the start of the Congressional Hockey challenge.