Felicia has nearly a decade of experience as a Broadcast Meteorologist and has spent the last several years forecasting in south Florida. Before joining the WSVN team Felicia worked as the weekday morning meteorologist at WPTV and WFLX in West Palm Beach for three years. Felicia began her TV career in Macon, Georgia and followed her passion for broadcast meteorology to Springfield Missouri. During her time on air she has covered nearly every type of weather from hurricanes to historic flooding, ice storms to tornado outbreaks and everything in between. Felicia covered the close calls of Hurricanes Matthew and Irma in south Florida during her time in West Palm Beach.
Felicia is no stranger to tropical weather growing up in central Florida. Her passion for the weather was ignited when she experienced the very active 2004 hurricane season with Hurricanes Charley, Frances and Jeanne crossing paths near her hometown. She knew she wanted to make her way back to her home state while working in TV and is excited to call Miami her new home.
Felicia has a degree in Broadcast Journalism from The University of Central Florida and Operational Meteorology from Mississippi State University. Felicia’s experience, schooling and weather knowledge have earned her the Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association for Television Meteorologists.
When she’s not at work you can find Felicia enjoying any outdoor activity, trying her hand at new recipes or exploring south Florida. Felicia loves to read, travel and take the occasional nap.