FOX Weather, a high-tech streaming service, launches Monday with trailblazing options which can be anticipated to vary the best way Americans devour climate information and evaluation. 

“It’s live programing right there on your phone,” meteorologist Nick Kosir informed Fox News Digital. “It’s so cool.” 

The free service will take a state-of-the-art method to forecasting, utilizing a number of radar programs to tell its viewers of all-things climate. FOX Weather has employed meteorologists, anchors, and reporters from throughout the nation, bringing perspective and experience from each climate situation Americans can face.

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FOX Weather is a new streaming service dedicated to the weather.

FOX Weather is a brand new streaming service devoted to the climate.
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“Viewers can expect to see a friendly, welcoming face bring them their weather forecast. We are going to take weather and science, which can be complicated, and make it easy to understand. Our FOX Weather community will get their forecast in the palm of their hand, making weather very personal and helpful,” meteorologist Britta Merwin, who was a preferred native climate persona in Houston earlier than becoming a member of FOX Weather, informed Fox News Digital. 

The FOX Weather app incorporates a cutting-edge 3D radar and the unprecedented FOX FutureView, a software that permits customers to plan a number of months forward by preserving monitor of superior climate forecasts. 

“If you’re thinking about having Thanksgiving with grandma in Miami, within the app you’ll be able to put in Miami and the date for Thanksgiving, and we will automatically send you updates on the forecast for Miami and what’s going to happen for Thanksgiving. Nobody else is doing that,” Jason Frazer, who got here to FOX Weather from WKYC in Cleveland, informed Fox News Digital. 

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FOX Weather additionally makes use of new expertise to ship extreme climate alerts for tornadoes, thunderstorms, flooding, and different climate situations that may assist hold customers secure and knowledgeable. The ad-supported service is totally free for customers. 

Meteorologist Ian Oliver is a sports-nuts meteorologist who will cover weather conditions around big games in addition to other on-air duties at FOX Weather. 

Meteorologist Ian Oliver is a sports-nuts meteorologist who will cowl climate situations round large video games along with different on-air duties at FOX Weather. 

Ian Oliver, a sports-nut meteorologist who will cowl climate situations round large video games along with different duties, is happy that FOX Weather is anchored by precise meteorologists. Typically, the climate is shortly coated on native, broadcast information stations when an anchor tosses it to a weatherperson for a quick phase. 

While trade icons comparable to Fox News’ Janice Dean and NBC’s Al Roker are sometimes utilized in different capacities, native and up-and-coming meteorologists historically play a bit half.  FOX Weather is breaking the established order and placing climate specialists within the anchor chair. 

“Everybody is a meteorologist,” Oliver informed Fox News Digital. 

“It allows us time kind of just to geek out, we can track the weather, and we have an open-ended platform. We can decide what’s important, what’s breaking weather, what’s impactful, weather across the country and then we can really dive into it,” Oliver continued. “It’s not a scenario where a journalist or a news anchor is tossing and then you have a finite amount of time to explain what’s going on. We have this blank space, like it’s an open platform for us to track the weather across the country.” 

FOX Weather meteorologist Nick Kosir, also known as "The Dancing Weatherman," moonlights as a social media star with over five million followers. 

FOX Weather meteorologist Nick Kosir, also called “The Dancing Weatherman,” moonlights as a social media star with over 5 million followers. 

The state-of-the-art studio incorporates a color-coordinated set design that already has FOX Weather personalities buzzing. 

“It’s beautiful and the colors are beautiful, I feel like they’re just so appealing to the eye,” five-time native Emmy-award-winning meteorologist Craig Herrera informed Fox News Digital. “They change based on the time of day, so brighter colors for the earlier shows and, as you progress through the day, the color changes, then you go into the evening and you get into the different light, the blues and the darker colors to represent more of the evening hours and if we go into severe weather mode, then it can turn red.”

“And lots of great screens, lots of touch screens,” Herrera added. “They’ve really gone out to make sure we have all the best tools ready to go.” 

Oliver known as the studio “legitimately otherworldly” and feels it’s the perfect studio within the trade. 

“I’m not saying that in hyperbole,” Oliver mentioned. “They’ve spared no expense. It’s visually an incredible studio and the capabilities that it will give us to present the weather in a unique and exciting way is unmatched.”

Meteorologist Amy Freeze, a five-time Emmy award winner, is part of the FOX Weather launch team. 

Meteorologist Amy Freeze, a five-time Emmy award winner, is a part of the FOX Weather launch staff. 

FOX Weather meteorologists are an eclectic group from all throughout the nation. Industry veterans like Amy Freeze, a five-time Emmy award winner, are blended with a staff of youthful meteorologists who shortly turned family names in smaller markets. Despite their variations, everybody at FOX Weather appears to have one particular factor in widespread: Nobody had any reservations about strolling away from conventional TV for a streaming service. 

“Streaming is the future,” Frazer mentioned earlier than correcting himself. “The shift from linear television to streaming has already happened… the future is now.” 

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Meteorologist Brigit Mahoney, who relocated from KTVI in St. Louis for the place, determined to hitch FOX Weather particularly as a result of it’s a streaming service.  

“I think what’s so great about FOX Weather is we’re moving forward and not only with the weather and how it’s changing over time but also with our platform,” Mahoney informed Fox News Digital. 

Meteorologist Brigit Mahoney, who relocated from KTVI in St. Louis for the position, decided to join FOX Weather specifically because it’s a streaming service.  

Meteorologist Brigit Mahoney, who relocated from KTVI in St. Louis for the place, determined to hitch FOX Weather particularly as a result of it’s a streaming service.  
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Kosir, who’s also called “The Dancing Weatherman” and has more than five million followers on social media, expects customers to “dig the fact that it’s not appointment television” however will shortly come to depend on the FOX Weather staff. 

“We’ll just be right there in your pocket,” Kosir mentioned. “It’s always good to have a meteorologist break down the weather forecast. Every single app can be accurate when you talk about current temperatures, but where the discrepancy comes from is long-range forecasts. You can’t necessarily rely on other apps for accurate, long-range forecasts. You need that human interpretation and we’re going to be there 24/7 to give you that human interpretation.” 

Meteorologist Jason Frazer came to FOX Weather from WKYC in Cleveland.

Meteorologist Jason Frazer got here to FOX Weather from WKYC in Cleveland.
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The FOX Weather staff has spent the previous few weeks rehearsing in its New York City headquarters that shares a constructing with Fox News Channel, which lately celebrated its twenty fifth anniversary.  As the community celebrated the milestone, authentic personalities comparable to Sean Hannity, Steve Doocy and Brit Hume shared tales about Fox News’ rise in a sequence of vignettes which were taking part in within the constructing’s elevators. The constructing’s latest occupants, FOX Weather meteorologists, have taken discover and hope to reflect the trail of their company sibling.  

“I saw a lot of those videos that were put together, and it’s really cool to see, you know, the bond that they have and then just the stories that they tell. I love to be a part of something that’s absolutely brand new,” meteorologist Jane Minar, who will host in a single day protection, informed Fox News Digital. 

“I couldn’t be more excited to see how it will evolve over time,” Minar mentioned. “There’s an energy between everybody… this is going to be really cool and everybody’s so dedicated to it.” 

FOX Weather meteorologist Stephen Morgan moved from Houston to New York City to be part of the launch team. 

FOX Weather meteorologist Stephen Morgan moved from Houston to New York City to be a part of the launch staff. 
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Stephen Morgan, a FOX Weather meteorologist who moved from Houston, the place he was beloved, to New York City for the gig, agrees with Minar’s evaluation. 

“The timing has been perfect, watching everyone here at Fox celebrate 25 years,” Morgan informed Fox News Digital. 

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“I can tell you, we’ve already started building that rapport, the camaraderie, really the chemistry that we all sort of naturally have with one another because our passions precede us,” Morgan continued. “I mean, all of us have degrees in meteorology, and we’ve had experience at local stations, to be able to harness all of our experience together in one place, I guess for lack of a better word, it’s electric.”

Five time local Emmy-award winning meteorologist Craig Herrera is part of the FOX Weather launch team. 

Five time native Emmy-award successful meteorologist Craig Herrera is a part of the FOX Weather launch staff. 
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FOX Weather president Sharri Berg was a founding member of the Fox News Channel launch staff and stays with the corporate and filed one of many commemorative messages. Herrera mentioned he couldn’t cease smiling when he first noticed the vignettes celebrating Fox News’ anniversary, understanding that he may in the future be in an identical boat as Fox News icons who constructed the community from the bottom up. 

“I’m super excited about that being a part of something from the ground up that will, I believe, set the bar for the next level as far as over-the-top and technology and web-based 24 hour, seven-day-a-week streaming services. This is just so exciting to be a part of something from the ground up,” Herrera mentioned. 

“I just want to ride this wave until they have to push me out the door, when they’re like, ‘All right, Craig, you can barely walk. We need to get you out of here,’” he joked. “I want to stay here until I can’t even walk anymore. I just want to go and go and go.” 

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Herrera isn’t the one member of the inaugural FOX Weather staff who plans to stay round some time. 

“I plan to be here 20, 25 years. I want to be, you know, one of the originals. I want to look back on this 25 years from now and I want people to say, ‘Yeah, I remember when you guys just flipped on the switch,’” Frazer mentioned. “Who knows at that point whether it’ll be maybe virtual reality, you know?” 

Jane Minar (seen here at WFXG FOX54) left an on-air position in Augusta, Georgia for a behind-the-scenes role at FOX Weather. It worked out, as she was promoted to on-air meteorologist before the FOX Weather even launched.  

Jane Minar (seen right here at WFXG FOX54) left an on-air place in Augusta, Georgia for a behind-the-scenes function at FOX Weather. It labored out, as she was promoted to on-air meteorologist earlier than the FOX Weather even launched.  

“I saw the videos of everyone reminiscing… it gave me a really good perspective of what’s to come, and it got me really excited because I just know that this is going to be a success. I know people are going to love it,” Mahoney mentioned. “So it’s really cool to think about the future, and I hope that I’m still here in 25 years.”

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Meteorologist Britta Merwin was a popular local weather personality in Houston before joining FOX Weather.

Meteorologist Britta Merwin was a preferred native climate persona in Houston earlier than becoming a member of FOX Weather.
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Freeze appreciates that she has an opportunity to be a part of one thing that’s each fully new, but in addition backed by an organization with a confirmed document of success.  

“Those are two of the main reasons why I decided to take this opportunity,” Freeze informed Fox News Digital. “There is an appetite [for weather content] out there that the Fox platform is going to deliver to people, and that’s very exciting. To be a part of that from the beginning, what an opportunity.” 

Freeze, a longtime meteorologist who has labored at 5 of the highest 40 tv markets, together with Philadelphia, Chicago and New York, has observed the FOX Weather staff has been sharp throughout rehearsals. 

“We’re kind of all bringing the best of the best to the table,” Freeze mentioned. “I think that’s kind of what it was like in the beginning for Fox News. They came together, they brought their best elements knowing there was an appetite out there.”

While Fox News can also be on tempo to complete 2021 because the most-watched community throughout all of fundamental cable for the sixth straight 12 months, Freeze is aware of it would take exhausting work for FOX Weather to observe in its footsteps.

“You’ve got to earn it,” she mentioned. “You’ve got to do all the work to make it happen.” 

FOX Weather is out there at foxweather.com and thru the FOX Weather app for iOS and Android. FOX Weather can also be obtainable on Internet-connected TVs through FOX NOW and the FOX News app.