Glenn Richards is FOX 35's Chief Meteorologist.
Glenn received his B.S. degree in meteorology from Northern Illinois University and headed straight into the cornfields of Indiana at WLFI-CBS for his first job.
After working for three years as Chief Meteorologist, Glenn moved over to the morning news at WROC-CBS. He then moved to WFTV-ABC as the chief meteorologist for 10 years until making the change to WOFL-FOX as the Chief Meteorologist in 2003.
Glenn aims to keep his weather forecasts very easy to understand and very accurate so you are never surprised by our ever-changing Central Florida weather.
Glenn and his family have two dogs, Scooby and Jellie. He loves to play baseball, fish, swim, hike and pretty much anything that gets him outside in nature.
Our crazy temperature ride continues. After a chilly day on Wednesday, the winds will veer and the warming begins.
The liquefaction of the ground occurred in Puerto Rico on Tuesday due to the earthquake
Arctic air will remain through mid-week....then nice changes
Another arctic cold front is on the way
A line of stronger storms is possible for Friday night
January will be warmer than normal with drier days.
A line of storms will sweep through on Tuesday, creating a risk for a possible tornado for counties in the western parts of our viewing area.
Use your household spider to better predict the weather
The Arctic is now building back the sea ice...but not fast enough.
More light rain is expected for the next few days. A storm center will form out over the Gulf of Mexico along a cold front, and throw some more rain towards Central Florida on Friday and early Saturday.