FOX Weather Takes Mornings by Storm with New Simulcast on FOX Business Network

A Bold Move to Brighten Your Mornings

FOX Weather is shaking up your weekday mornings with an electrifying new addition! Starting Monday, July 15th, FOX Weather will be simulcasting on FOX Business Network (FBN) from 5-6 AM/ET. This thrilling new segment, dubbed “FOX Weather First,” will be co-anchored by the dynamic duo Britta Merwin and Craig Herrera. Get ready to kickstart your day with the most comprehensive weather coverage ever seen!

The Perfect Prelude: Mornings with Maria

Following “FOX Weather First,” viewers can seamlessly transition into “Mornings with Maria,” making for a powerhouse morning lineup. This strategic move isn’t just a gamble; it’s a masterstroke following the massive success of FOX Weather’s weekend morning simulcast on FBN, a fixture since December 2021.

Timing is Everything

The timing couldn’t be more impeccable. As we brace for an unprecedented hurricane season, with Hurricane Beryl already making history as the most powerful June and July hurricane, this expansion ensures viewers stay ahead of the storm, literally!

A New Role for Max Gorden

In an exciting twist, FOX Weather correspondent Max Gorden is making waves of his own. Gorden will be transitioning to a reporter role at FBN’s Los Angeles bureau. Known for his stellar coverage of major weather events, including Hurricane Hilary in California (August 2023) and the Hawaii wildfires (summer 2023), Gorden is set to bring his expertise and flair to a new audience. He takes over from Kelly O’Grady, who’s now shining as a New York correspondent for FBN.

FOX Weather: Revolutionizing Weather Reporting

The Ultimate Weather Service

FOX Weather isn’t your average weather service. It’s a 24/7 free ad-supported television service (FAST) under FOX News Media, leveraging the vast resources of FOX News Channel and the combined expertise of 120 meteorologists from FOX Television Stations (FTS). Talk about a dream team!

Cutting-Edge Technology

Utilizing advanced radar systems, including a mind-blowing mobile 3D radar, FOX Weather offers innovative forecasting. Whether it’s local, regional, or national coverage, FOX Weather has got you covered. From immediate alerts to long-term forecasts, they ensure you’re always in the know.

Accessible Anywhere, Anytime

Catch FOX Weather via foxweather.com and the FOX Weather app, available on iOS and Android. Prefer watching on a big screen? No problem! FOX Weather is also available on internet-connected TVs through the FOX News app and various platforms. This expansion underscores FOX Weather’s commitment to providing comprehensive and accessible weather coverage, ensuring viewers are always prepared for Mother Nature’s whims.