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

Making sense of COVID-19 Statistics

  Health experts try to bridge information divide as Covid numbers climb in Latinx community

  State announces plan for Smart Ports

  Nicondra: High heat holds on into the workweek

  Nicondra: Heat stays in control for the weekend

  Blackout Day 2020 sees boost for black-owned businesses

  Heated debate at council meeting on building moratorium

  Tourism officials look for local support as COVID-19 struggle goes on

  Nicondra: More flooding rains possible heading into the week

Nicondra: More rounds of heavy rain

  Nicondra: Heavy Down Pours Likely Through the Holiday Weekend

Nicondra: A heat advisory in effect across the region

Nicondra: Summer Heat and Humidity For the Week Ahead

Nicondra: Another shot of dry air

  How high will the water get?

  Nicondra: Hot and dry conditions for the week ahead

  Nicondra: Sunny dry weather continues into the work week

  Nicondra: Dry and sunny conditions continue

  S&WB, GNOF announce campaign for flood prevention

  Officials optimistic COVID-19 vaccine may be available next year

UPDATE: Cristobal inland, but flood threat continues

Nicondra: Tropical Storm Cristobal approaches the coast

  Nicondra: Tropical Storm Cristobal approaching the coast

Cristobal continues to head through the Gulf towards Louisiana

  Coastal parish prepares for busy tropics

  Another year with no hurricane protection levees for Western Lake Pontchartrain

  Officials say beefed up infrastructure help keep community hurricane ready

FEMA releases guidelines on how it will deal with disasters and Covid as hurricane season approaches

  State officials stress COVID-19 fears should not stop hurricane evacuations

  Nicondra: Sun and storms today, but rain coverage increases