Adaleigh Rowe is a multiple award-winning Meteorologist who joined FOX 7 Austin in December 2021. She is excited to keep viewers weather aware, spread some sunshine around her new home, and help animals get adopted.
In 2011, she started her career in the news industry behind the scenes in production. She developed multiple skills, including camera and JIB operator, prompter, computer graphics, and floor director during the live news/sports broadcasts for DFW CBS11 and TXA21.
In 2016 She stepped out in front of the camera in college. She was the Nightly weather anchor for NTTV, Noon News desk anchor for NTTV, Let's Talk North Texas weather anchor, and the City of Denton's TV Station DTV.
In 2018, she moved to Alexandria, Louisiana, to work as the Morning/ Noon Meteorologist at KALB's local NBC station. She also came up with the original idea of sharing daily local pet pictures for the "Dog on Weather."
In 2018 She earned her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with a Minor in Broadcast Journalism from the University of North Texas. She graduated with a 4.0 and is a member of many honor societies, including Phi Theta Kappa.
In 2021, she earned her Geoscience Broadcast Operational Meteorology Certificate from Mississippi State.
She has earned multiple awards, including:
- 2017 Lone Star Emmy's Best College Talent Nominee & Harold Taft Scholarship winner
- 2018 Associated Press Second Place Best Weather Anchor & Best Morning Show winner
- 2019 Associated Press Second Place Best Weather Team Coverage. "Alexandria's December Tornado"
- 2020 Louisiana Association of Broadcasters Prestige Awards Best Weathercast Small Market & Best Morning Show
- 2021 Louisiana Association of Broadcasters Prestige Awards Best Weather Team Coverage. "Hurricane Laura"
When she is not in the weather center, she loves to spend time with her family and explore the outdoors with her adopted dog Alexandria Pupcake.
The heat streak continues: yesterday's 102 degree high marked 21 days straight of triple digit heat. That streak will continue today.
The triple digit heat isn't going anywhere, but there could be some rain this weekend to help cool us down just a little.
Dangerous heat continues through the weekend. Adaleigh Rowe shows us what to expect in her full forecast.
Enjoy the 90s while they last. Friday will be our coolest day in the next week. Adaleigh Rowe shows us how hot it will get in her full forecast.
Enjoy the cooler weather, we're going to be back in the hundreds next week. Adaleigh Rowe has details, plus a chance for some of us to see some rain.
With the rain, temperatures will be a little cooler today. But heat indices are still in the triple-digits. Adaleigh Rowe has details in her full forecast.
The heatwave is expected to continue through Wednesday, with temperature highs up to 107 in Central Texas.
A tornado warning has been issued for San Saba County.
With showers and storms once again in the forecast, there is a potential for flooding in some areas.
There is a risk of flooding every day over the next few days. Make sure you are staying weather aware.