Noah Bergren

Noah Bergren


Noah joined the FOX 35 Storm Team in October 2023. Noah is originally from central Connecticut, and received his Bachelor of Science degree in atmospheric science and meteorology from Penn State. 

Noah is a huge Nittany Lions fan, and tries to attend at least one home game in Happy Valley each season. He is also a very big New York Giants fan. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, having a good time, fishing, golf, and, of course, the weather.

Noah previously spent five and a half years as a meteorologist at WPSD Local 6, the NBC affiliate in Paducah, covering western Kentucky, southern Illinois, southeast Missouri, and northwest Tennessee. It was here Noah covered dozens of severe weather events and outbreaks, including the historic and deadly December 10th, 2021 EF-4 tornado that tore a 160+ mile continuous path across the coverage area. Rated as a 190 MPH tornado, it is one of the longest and strongest tornadoes in American-recorded meteorological history.

Noah was nominated for an Emmy Award for his coverage during the Dec. 10, 2021 tornado event. He's also a member of the American Meteorological Society and National Weather Association.

Noah loves to connect with viewers and talk about weather all the time, and would love to see your weather reports and photos on his social media pages.

The latest from Noah Bergren

FOX 35 Tracking The Tropics 2024 Hurricane Season Preview

The 2024 Atlantic hurricane season is here and forecasters and meteorologists agree that it could be an extremely active season with the potential for more tropical storms and hurricanes due to weather patterns and warmer ocean waters.

Northern Lights: Can I see them in Florida?

Canada and parts of the United States may be able to see the beloved Northern Lights late Friday night due to an extreme geomagnetic storm within Earth's magnetic field. But, will they be visible down in Florida?