Kylie Capps Biography
Kylie Capps is an American journalist meteorologist broadcast. She hosts the show on the KDFW/Channel 4 as a weekend morning meteorologist. She is best known as the best journalist and meteorologist broadcast. She mainly focuses on producing relevant results on the media display in the work of co-hosting various shows.
Kylie Capps Age
Kylie Capps age is not yet confirmed in his record but we will update you in due time. She grew up in Dallas Texas.
Kylie Capps Net worth
Kylie Capps earns her income from her work of journalism, she also earns her income from other organizations and Awards industry. She also earns her income from her businesses. She has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars.
Kylie Capps Husband
Kylie Capps about marriage relationship is not mentioned in his record but we will update you in due time. We have no information about his love relationship with anyone.
Kylie Capps Education
Kylie Capps attended and graduated from the University of Oklahoma (home of the National Weather Center and my favorite football team…), where she received her bachelor degree of science in Meteorology and minors in both Broadcast Meteorology and Mathematics.
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Kylie Capps joined the KDFW/Channel 4 on a weekend-morning meteorologist, the station announced in a press release Monday. She will be on-air during “Good Day Saturday” (7-9 am.) and “Good Day Sunday” (6 a.m.-8 a.m.) and will report and produce weather on other newscasts and on digital platforms. She has appeared on weekend-morning experience: She comes from KXXV-TV, the ABC affiliate in Waco, where she was, yes, weekend-morning meteorologist. She has also worked at KOTV-TV “News on 6” in Tulsa.
She has a bachelor of science in meteorology from the University of Oklahoma, where she began her broadcast-meteorologist career as a nightly weather anchor. According to her Twitter bio, she graduated in 2017. She got to give an on-air goodbye in Waco, where she was until a couple of weeks ago and you can watch in the Facebook post below (the line about Chance the Rapper makes me like her already, and toward the end, she gets a lovely parting gift that almost any Texan can appreciate).
Although she couldn’t announce the DFW gig at the time, she did later on Facebook, calling it her dream job. Myers, who went on to become communications support coordinator and meteorologist for Oncor, is also an OU grad and posted on her Facebook page: “I’m super excited about who FOX hired for my old shift … like me, she’s an OU grad and super passionate about the weather. Go like her [Facebook] page. She’s good people.” From Friday, May 26, through Monday, May 28, the Texas Department of Public Safety will join the law enforcement efforts to help keep Texas roadways safe.
During Memorial Day weekend, DPS troopers will be on the lookout for intoxicated drivers, speeding and seat belt violations. Last year, Memorial Day weekend was a highly ticketed few days, and troopers are trying to prevent that from occurring again. Myers left the Fox 4 weekend-morning shift less than two months after anchor Jenny Anchondo, who’d been with the station since 2013, departed in March. A month later, Anchondo announced that she was joining “Morning Dose,” a Tribune Broadcasting weekday-morning show that originated in Dallas and aired in several markets, including DFW, where the show aired on KDAF/Channel 33.
In September, Tribune canceled “Morning Dose,” which aired its last episode on Friday, Oct. 19. Another news program, “NewsFix,” was also canceled and last aired Sept. 14. Anchondo does not currently have an on-air gig but is very active on her website and on social media. Our first Fall front is rapidly approaching. We expect a cold front to sweep across Central Texas tonight into tomorrow morning, bringing increased shower and storm chances and high temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s throughout the weekend.
We have a low-end risk for strong to severe storms this afternoon, so stay updated with us on your First Alert Weather app. Rain chances linger every single day throughout the 10-day forecast. In June, Hanna Battah joined Fox 4 as the weekend-morning anchor, filling the vacancy created by Anchondo’s departure.
Two months later, Fox 4 announced that it was moving Battah to the 4-6 a.m. anchor shift on the weekday-morning program “Good Day” as the show added another hour, running from 4 to 10 a.m. weekdays. Veteran reporter (and Fort Worth native) Dionne Anglin and meteorologist Alberto Romero have been doing most of the weekend anchor/weather duties in the wake of the changes.
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When I was 8 years old, I told my parents I was going to be a meteorologist when I grew up. Not only that, but I told them one of these days I was going to be a meteorologist in Dallas. Fast forward several years, and I have been given the opportunity to live out that dream in the city that I love most. Growing up in Flower Mound, I established a fascination with the broadcast meteorologists that we always watched during severe weather outbreaks. I would be glued to the T.V, with a weather radio in hand, just in case, we lost power.
I made sure my parents and siblings knew our severe weather safety plan, even if the forecast called for a slight chance of rain. Oklahoma is the severe weather hub of the United States, and I was fortunate enough to land a couple of internships during the peak of those four severe weather seasons while I was in school. I interned at NewsOn6 in Tulsa and News9 in Oklahoma City, learning from two incredible chief meteorologists before graduation. At the same time, I was a weather anchor for our own student-produced newscast called OU Nightly.
We won a student Emmy for the best newscast my senior year. I learned the ins and outs of this business from veteran directors and producers before I graduated in May of 2017. My first job took me to Waco, Texas where I worked as the weekend morning meteorologist. Less than two months after starting my job, Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast. When the outer bands swept across central Texas, I was thrown into the fire…covering countless tornado warnings and overnight flooding threats for our southeastern counties.
I was also able to experience “Texas” ice storms while in Waco, and let’s not forget about severe weather season! Waco was an incredible place to start my career. Fast forward a little over a year, and I am now able to call Dallas my home…again! My hobbies include running, watching college football, finding new restaurants (since I’m a horrible cook…) and meeting every dog on my block! Texas is my home, and Dallas is my dream! Thank you, North Texas for welcoming me home with open arms.