I am thrilled to be in my hometown as the morning meteorologist on Good Day Seattle. I joined the FOX 13 family in 2021.
I worked in Bend and Portland, Oregon for the past 15 years as a meteorologist and reporter. I’m a die-hard Washington State Cougars fan and graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism (GO COUGS!). I also graduated with a degree in meteorology from Mississippi State University and am currently finishing up a master's degree.
I love making people laugh. I’m a longtime comedian and improviser, performing with Seattle’s legendary Unexpected Productions at the Market Theater and Portland’s Brody Theater. I even got the chance to tour Europe with my comedy and have shared the stage with great comedians like Bob Odenkirk and Ryan Stiles. I’m a huge soccer fan and love my Timbers (sorry Sounders fans!). I’m also a die-hard Mariners, Seahawks, and Sonics fan (please come back soon!).
As the chef in my house, I bake bread, make a mean creme brulee, and love my Instant Pot.
You can find me on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @BMacTV. Email me with story ideas or to talk weather at email@example.com.
Snow showers are wrapping up in the Puget Sound area this morning, but another chance for lowland snow arrives on Friday evening.
Monday starts the week with cool temps, with lowland snow possible Tuesday afternoon and evening in the Puget Sound area.
A wet system will push rain into Western Washington on Friday with temps cooling as the day goes on.
Patchy fog developed in the Puget Sound area this Thanksgiving morning, but sunny skies will be back for the afternoon.
Wednesday afternoon will bring a nice mix of clouds and sunshine as thousands of Washingtonians hit the roads for Thanksgiving.
If Monday stays dry at Sea-Tac, this will become the longest on record for the month of November.
Western Washington will be cool and sunny for two more days before the clouds roll in on Sunday.
Offshore flow will bring strong easterly winds to the western Cascade foothills and western Whatcom County Thursday, but everyone in Western Washington will be under sunny skies Wednesday afternoon.
A weak system off the coast will bring more cloud cover Thursday, but the Seattle area will stay dry and cool this afternoon.
Dry, sunny, and cool weather will stick around Wednesday with high temps about ten degrees cooler than normal.