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.
We have a slight chance for some flurries tomorrow morning. This will likely happen across the Northern Cascades but some light snow can't be ruled out for those in the lowlands/foothills. Here is a look at your forecast:
Frigid overnight lows are expected tonight! 20 degree temperatures will greet you tomorrow morning as the sun rises. The clouds will slowly start to fill-in later in the day with highs in the 30s. Here is a look at your forecast:
It's going to be a cold night ahead! Temperatures will continue to fall as the winds increase. This will make it feel like the teens! Here is a look at your forecast:
Spotty showers will be a possibility on your commute tomorrow morning. Best chances will be across the North Sound. Here is a look at your forecast:
The sun returns Friday! It'll be beautiful to end the week before we get ready for a new system. Here is a look at your forecast:
Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the highlighted areas. There have been reports of spinouts along 1-90. Use caution and check on updates!
The rain will clear out overnight - making way for lots of sunshine tomorrow!
Showers continue as we kick off Monday. Expect gusty winds through the Cascades and parts of the foothills. Here is a look at your forecast:
Coastal flooding increases with high tide tomorrow for the highlighted areas. Expect more scattered showers with gusty winds. Here is a look at your forecast:
Expect scattered showers this weekend with mild temperatures. Here is a look at what we can expect: