Allison Gargaro is a meteorologist on Fox 35's weekend morning and evening shows, which air from 7-10 a.m., 5 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Allison grew up in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan and moved to sunny Phoenix, Arizona in 2008. She graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University and continued her education by completing her certification from Mississippi State University's Broadcast Meteorology Program.
Allison's first job was at KERO in Bakersfield, California where she was the evening meteorologist and hosted a cooking show called 'Simply Sweet Allison.' While in Bakersfield, she also wrote a cookbook which raised thousands of dollars for charity. If you were wondering, her favorite dish is banana bread... yum!
Allison enjoys cooking, staying active, reading and FaceTiming with her parents three rescue chocolate labs.
FOX 35 is tracking a cold front that will arrive late Thursday night into the early morning hours on Friday.
Enjoy these warmer temperatures while they last, as big weather chances are coming by the middle of the week.
These will be the perfect temperatures to take a break from shopping and enjoy lunch outside.
It has been a stormy and gloomy end to the weekend, but thankfully these conditions won't last long.
A weakening cold front will move southward across the Florida peninsula early next week, bringing a blast of cool and refreshing air.
The Falcon 9 is set to launch at 7:49 p.m. on Saturday, November 14th.
The cold front begins in the Gainesville region, then slowly pushes southeast through the Orlando metro and into Brevard County.
Ahead of this system, we can expect deep moisture to continue.
FOX 35 meteorologist Allison Gargaro explains the phenomenon.