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

  Women wear pearls on Inauguration Day

  Nicondra: Lovely weather on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

  Chilly, but beautiful for Martin Luther King Day

  Nicondra: Cold weather settles back in for the weekend

  Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day Under Pandemic Restrictions

  A Carnival parade where the spectators are on the move

  Saints fans get ready for Brees versus Brady

  Nicondra: Snow north. Cold and dreary for the rest of us.

  Nicondra: Cold weekend continues with wintry weather expected north

  Hospitals gear up for COVID-19 vaccinations

  New study shows in-person schools did not increase COVID-19 hospitalizations in areas with low rates

Nicondra: Sunny and cool to close out the holiday break

  Nicondra: Drier and cooler start to 2021

  Nicondra: Severe storms possible New Year’s Eve

  Nicondra: Warm and muggy ahead of New Year’s Eve storm chance

  Nicondra: Mostly dry and warmer to start the last week of 2020

  Skywatcher’s delight as rare event peaks Christmas week

  Nicondra: Another cold front moves through

  Nicondra: Cloudy and chilly to start the week

Nicondra: Sunday night cold front leads to chilly Monday

  Nicondra: Cloudy sky and rain returns to finish the weekend

  Nicondra: A warm and mostly dry stretch to finish the week

  Nicondra: Cool and dry conditions continue

Nicondra: A little warmer and rain on the way

  Nicondra: Another cold night ahead

  Nicondra: The coldest night of the season so far

Nicondra: Strong storms likely early Sunday

  Nicondra: Pleasant start to Thanksgiving week

  Nicondra: Another cold front approaches, but little moisture for rain

  Cruise cancellations another blow to tourism industry