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.
The storms are out of here for now! Monday morning will start off cooler with mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper 60s.
Grab the jacket before you leave the house! It will be a sunny but breezy day across the D.C. region with chilly morning temperatures. A Wind Advisory was in place overnight with winds gusting up to 45 mph.
Chilly temperatures Monday and a possible mix of wintry weather into Tuesday remind us that we're not done with winter just yet!
The sunny weather and record warmth has come to an end. All airports broke records on Thursday with a high of 79 degrees.