Lisa Villegas

Lisa Villegas

Chief Meteorologist

Lisa Villegas serves as Chief Meteorologist for FOX 13 News in Seattle, Washington, delivering weeknight weather forecasts Monday through Thursday at 8, 9, 10 and 11 p.m. and Sundays at 9, 10 and 11 p.m. She joined the news team in October 2020.

Lisa was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Meteorology from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

The Emmy Award-winning meteorologist came to Seattle from KOLD in Tucson, Arizona, where she served as Chief and was voted Best Local Weatherperson in 2019 and 2020. Previously, Lisa studied and forecasted weather in Florida, Louisiana and Texas.

Lisa is an advocate for health and fitness, when not working at the FOX 13 News studio, you’ll find Lisa exploring Seattle’s hiking trails, paddle boarding with her dog Biscuit, checking out vegan restaurants, or at the gym training for fitness competitions. So if you spot her around town, please say hello.

The latest from Lisa Villegas

New system arrives late Saturday

Changes in our weather pattern take shape this holiday weekend! We'll be looking out for thunderstorms, cooler temperatures, showers and gusty winds.

Finally feeling like summer

Tomorrow marks the first day of summer and it'll finally feel like it! Temperatures will climb into the 70s for most of us under partly to mainly cloudy skies.

Summer is just around the corner

It looks like high pressure will make a comeback this week! Temperatures are going to heat up and it'll start to feel a little more like summer. Are you ready for it!?

Cloudy skies, showers and cooler temperatures tomorrow

We're getting ready for the temperatures to drop, clouds to build, and the showers to increase! A new system will cause the changes beginning tomorrow morning. You'll notice the showers increasing throughout the day.

Mild start to the work week!

Talk about a rainy weekend! It'll start to feel a little more like June this week as we dry out and warm up briefly.

Warm front increases rain totals overnight

Rain continues throughout the night! Rain totals will add up and the temperatures will remain on the mild side. Be on the lookout for some minor ponding as a warm front continues to track across our area tonight.