Amy Freeze joined FOX Weather in 2021 where she currently serves as an anchor on the ad-supported streaming weather service.
A five-time Emmy award-winning meteorologist and television host, Freeze joins FOX Weather from WABC-TV in New York. Since 2011, she has been part of the station’s Eyewitness News Weather Team, where she also hosted the popular Eyewitness News Saturday and Sunday morning shows. Previously, Freeze was the first female Chief Meteorologist in Chicago, IL while working at the local FOX owned and operated station WFLD-TV. Prior to that, she served as a meteorologist for the NBC owned station WCAU-TV in Philadelphia as well as a meteorologist and morning show co-host for the ABC owned station KMGH-TV in Denver, CO. Additionally, Freeze worked at the FOX Portland, OR affiliate KPTV-TV on the local morning news program Good Day Oregon.
Throughout her television career, Freeze’s coverage has received numerous accolades, including Emmy awards for Best Weathercaster and Outstanding Host, as well as for her 2007-2008 weather special, Surviving Severe Weather. In 2005, she became the 11th woman in the world to earn the prestigious Certified Broadcast Meteorologist accreditation from the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Notably, she holds Seals of Approval from both the AMS and the National Weather Association.
A graduate of Brigham Young University with a degree in Communications with an emphasis on broadcast journalism, Freeze also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Geosciences from Mississippi State University in severe weather and forecasting. Additionally, she earned a Master’s degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Pennsylvania.