Meteorologist Katie Fehlinger joined the Eyewitness News morning team in September, 2011.
The proud Mom of two infant girls, Katie created national headlines in August, 2015, when, still working on-air while 35-weeks pregnant with her twin girls, she became the object of bullying on social media because of her baby bump. Undaunted, Katie posted her own “manifesto” on Facebook in support of pregnant Moms everywhere. The post struck a nerve, generated a flood of support and struck a blow against body shaming everywhere.
Previously, Katie had been the weekend morning news forecaster for WCBS in New York. Before coming to CBS, she was a forecaster for nearly five years at AccuWeather, Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania. While at AccuWeather, Katie served as a regular football, baseball, and hockey game day weather reporter for several regional Fox Sports Networks, NESN, YES, and the Big Ten Network. She has appeared on a host of other major networks including FOX News, FOX Business, ESPN and ABC. Fehlinger’s reports brought a niche emphasis to climate change issues and the weather’s effects on sports.
A Lehigh Valley native, Katie began her broadcasting career there at RCN 4 in Bath, Pennsylvania and later did feature reporting for WLVT-TV’s Emmy award-winning news/magazine show Tempo! In 2006 she switched her focus to weather – and her passion for meteorology has grown ever since.
Katie graduated summa cum laude from Cedar Crest College in Allentown with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications. She also holds a Bachelor of Sciences degree in geosciences from Mississippi State University.
Katie, her husband and their two daughters now reside in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
The storm could bring snow showers to southeastern most counties of the area.
Just two mild days remain before a blast of Arctic air begins its surge into the Delaware Valley and maintains its grip on our area for the better part of December.
In the Philadelphia region, observers saw about 79.9 percent of the sun covered by the moon.
A rare cross-country trip of the century will become a celestial event for the history books.
A storm system waits in the wings for the weekend.
Thermometer readings peak Thursday with heat indices as high as 105 degrees.
With humidity factored in, heat indices will skyrocket to the triple digits.
Cue the Glenn Frey, because the heat is on…or at least, it continues!
The back edge of rain may pull away as early as Saturday evening, but regardless, it’s safe to call Saturday a washout.
“It was caught because of me being aware of my body, researching and then bringing it up to my doctors.”
What promises to be a generally milder stretch will also prove relatively active with some kind of pattern change each day.
Weather, of course, has a huge impact on these delicate trees and this year’s wacky winter has led to an early predicted peak of the blossoms.
A series of fronts is the culprit for our variable daytime highs.
While it’s a minor disturbance and very clipper-like in its track and overall moisture content, this next system is a bit of a hybrid.
The cold front with this storm will produce the biggest impacts for our region.
Another week, another roller coaster ride of weather!
Buckle up for a wild weather ride this week as temperatures surge to near-record levels, followed by the increasing threat for accumulating snow just 12 hours later.
Soaking rain, Spring-like temperatures, and the possibility of accumulating snow – all in the next three days!
We’ll finally see that much needed drenching Tuesday through Wednesday.
Another week, another sweltering forecast!
It’s a scorching forecast for the Delaware Valley going into the coming weekend.
An upper level disturbance will trigger showers and locally severe thunderstorms into the early afternoon.
Katie Fehlinger has her inspiring story.
Katie Fehlinger writes about the change in priority that comes with taking care of a newborn…or two.
Though the brunt of our moisture-rich coastal storm continues to pull away, additional rounds of showers will still roll through occasionally through Saturday afternoon.
Despite a bright, quiet start to the new year, we won’t have to wait long for our first large system.
Enjoy Tuesday’s weather. It may be the last of its kind for the year!