Nicondra Norwood

Nicondra Norwood

Nicondra began her broadcasting career in 1999 with WAKA, the CBS affiliate, in Montgomery, AL. She spent almost six years in Alabama as weekend, then later, morning meteorologist. She is a proud member of the American Meteorological Society, The National Weather Association and The National Association of Black Journalists.


Recent Articles by Nicondra

Nicondra: Chilly temps stick around

  $8 million in counterfeit goods pulled off the streets in a month

  Which plants need protection from the freeze? Which don’t?

  Nicondra: Major cold front takes over tonight

  Be prepared for frigid air diving south

Olga power outage brings up storm readiness of infrastructure

  Nicondra: Big cold front just in time for Halloween

  Nicondra: Fantastic fall day today, but moisture returns quickly

  Nicondra: Cooler and drier after Olga

  Nicondra: More moisture Thursday, rain heading into the weekend

  Nicondra: After the rain we get a Fall feel for the week

  La. couple celebrates 75 years of marriage

  Nicondra: First cold front down, awaiting the next

Nicondra: Promised cold front is on the way

  Nicondra: Cold front finally moves in to start the week

  Nicondra: Hot for Saints Tailgate, but more seasonable weather on the way

  A lifelong Saints fan getting ready for first game

  Act of kindness in Kenner goes viral on social media

Nicondra: Hot and dry to close out September, but maybe our first front is on the horizon

  Nicondra: A few showers and clouds, but still hot and mostly dry

  Nicondra: Staying Hot and Dry

  City Park Storyland Reopens This Weekend

  Saints fans optimistic after win against Seattle without Drew Brees

Nicondra: Heat still the main headline heading into the first day of Fall

Nicondra: Tropical Storm Imelda forms along the Texas coast

  'I am irrevocably disgusted’: Influential New Orleans tourism official slams NFL refs

Nicondra: Gulf Low Triggers Coastal Storms

Nicondra: Heat continues through the weekend

  Louisiana solar energy advocates fear new rule will stifle growth

Nicondra: A few more storms, but heat continues