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: A pleasant stretch of weather begins today

Nicondra: A strong front pushing in today

  Nicondra: Temps drop 20 degrees Monday evening

  Nicondra: First Real Fall Front Getting Closer

  Water remains on roadway, but I-10 ramps reopened in LaPlace

  Nicondra: Beta weakened, but still influencing our weather

  Nicondra: Beta keeps water high

  Nicondra: More rain on the way from Beta

Nicondra: Wet and dreary thanks to Beta

  Nicondra: Sally inland moving northeast

  Storm threats lead to stress, but some anxiety tips may help

  LSU Football will have fans in the stadium

  Some older buildings could challenge top hurricane winds

  Nicondra: Rain back for mid-week

  Nicondra: Great feel to the air for holiday weekend

  Laura a reminder New Orleans has not seen winds as strong in at least a century

  Many turn out for food drive for Hurricane Laura survivors

Nicondra: Hot temps and spotty storms to start the week

Nicondra: Major Hurricane Laura racing towards the Louisiana coast

  WATCH: City of New Orleans updates preps, potential impacts from Hurricane Laura

  Nicondra: Laura moving into the Gulf of Mexico

  Watches Along The Gulf Coast For Laura

  Marco falling apart as Laura moves into the Gulf

  10 PM Update: Satellite shows changes in Marco

Nicondra: Preparations need to wrap up shortly as storm impacts begin overnight

  Nicondra: Rain and winds by daybreak

  Latest Track: Tropical Update: Marco and Laura

Nicondra: Sunday Is Hurricane Prep Day

  Nicondra: More rain around and keeping watch on the tropics

Nicondra: August heat and an eye to the tropics