Bilo, a native of Phoenixville, returned to the Delaware Valley from AccuWeather in State College, Pennsylvania where she had been a meteorologist since 2004. During her tenure with the weather service, she provided forecasts on TV and radio for numerous AccuWeather clients including FOX News, CNBC, ABC News Now and many local stations. She had also been the main morning weather anchor for the Bloomberg Television Network.
Bilo is a 2003 graduate of Penn State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Spanish and International Business. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Geosciences from Mississippi State University.
A versatile broadcaster, in addition to her weather duties, Bilo has twice guest hosted CBS’s Daytime Emmy Award-nominated talk show THE TALK.
A certified bookworm, Bilo sets a goal to read 100 books each year. In her effort to help children develop a love of reading, she serves as Champion of Reading for the Free Library of Philadelphia’s Summer Reading program, visiting libraries to read to them. Bilo also enjoys traveling, bike riding and taking long walks. A thunderstorm junkie, her dream is to one day go on a tornado chase in the Plains.
Bilo is married and the mother of two young sons.
The heavy storms have moved out, but low pressure remains in control of our forecast through the end of the week before some big changes head our way starting this weekend.
A strong storm that’s bringing a major severe weather outbreak to the south today will head for the Mid-Atlantic region tomorrow, and our region will bear much of the brunt.
We’ve been stuck in a stormy pattern to finish out March and start April – persistent rainstorms with only a brief break in between. And this week is no different!
It’s a project that has lasted more than 20 years. NASA is on the verge of launching a giant telescope, and this powerful eye in the sky could open up new frontiers in space exploration.
The sun finally returned today after a stretch of cloudy and damp conditions, but it’s not going to be around very long.
Early spring is often a transitional time for us here in Philadelphia – a battle between cold and warm, wet and dry. And this first week of spring is certainly living up to that battleground metaphor!
Monday night into Tuesday, things get interesting. Two pieces of energy will attempt to phase just off the eastern seaboard, undergo rapid strengthening and throw lots of moisture back into a fresh arctic air mass across the Northeast.
Wild weather to start March with huge temperature swings – and as we approach our next downward swing by the weekend, we’ll be watching for the possibility of some snow across the area.
March started on a spring note, but how long will it last?
Records were broken all over the area Thursday as the mercury surged to May-like levels.
Friday was a seasonable, sunny February day, but there’s nothing seasonable about the weekend.
Heavy snow and rain is pushing in overnight as temperatures plummet, and this will lead to a very nasty Thursday morning commute across the area.
Quiet, but cold as we head into the weekend, but we’re tracking a strong system next week that will bring some changes to the area.
Temperatures will be steadily dropping during the first days of February as the winds of change from the northwest blow in.
Scattered snow squalls hit the region on Monday and we could see more snow on Tuesday.
Temperatures are set to stay above average into next week.
It looks like it’ll turn wet just in time for the inauguration in D.C.
Temperatures are on their way up this week, but the sun will be a bit elusive over the next several days.
A cold front will sweep across the area during the overnight hours tonight and take the extremely warm temperatures with it.
Rain is pushing back into the area tonight, and it’s heralding the arrival of some much warmer temperatures.
Kate Bilo breaks down Saturday’s snowstorm.
For now, drive carefully Friday morning and enjoy the first snow of the season.
Kate Bilo takes a look at the weather as we get set for 2017.
Winter weather makes a return to our region Thursday morning.
Christmas Day is a winning weather day – the high will climb to near 50 degrees and we’ll see a good deal of sun!
The winter solstice is upon us, meaning autumn has come to an end.
Wind chills through the overnight and early morning hours will dip into the teens across much of the area, and the wind will stay a factor in Saturday’s forecast.
Not long after seeing record high temperatures, some areas in our region could be seeing snow.
Residents of our area have a recent storm to compare to Matthew, Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
It may be September, the NFL may have kicked off, school may have begun, but the weather didn’t seem to get the memo.