NEW YORK -- A new face is coming to FOX Weather to bring you the latest weather news and forecasts.
Meteorologist Michael Estime will join America's Weather Team as the newest on-air host.
Estime comes to FOX Weather from WJBK-TV, the FOX owned station in Detroit, where he spent two years as the weekend meteorologist covering flooding, snowstorms, and various weather patterns.
From 2016 to 2020, he served as the weekend meteorologist and weekday co-host of "Live on the Lakeside" at NBC affiliate WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, where he covered several lake-effect snowstorms.
Prior to that, he was a meteorologist at ABC affiliate WTVQ-TV in Lexington, Kentucky. During his time there, his coverage of snowstorms, flooding and violent tornados helped the station earn the title of "Most Accurate Forecast in Central Kentucky" by WeatheRate.
Estime started his career in broadcasting as a meteorologist at NBC affiliate WGMT-TV in Macon, Georgia where he helped viewers stay safe during a historic tornado outbreak in April 2011.
"We are thrilled to welcome Michael to the FOX Weather team as part of the exceptional pipeline of talent we have cultivated throughout the extended FOX family," said Sharri Berg, president of FOX Weather.
A native of Detroit, Estime earned a degree in meteorology from Central Michigan University with a minor in mathematics.
Estime is an AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and holds a membership with the National Weather Association.
"I am honored to be promoted within the FOX family and it’s been my dream to work for a national weather service where I can share my passion for weather, climate and the environment with a nationwide audience," Estime said.
You can catch him on FOX Weather starting June 20.