Chip's career as a TV meteorologist has given him the opportunity make forecasts in all kinds of climates across the country.
He has given live reports out in the field in a variety of weather extremes, from enduring near-blizzard conditions in powerful Virginia snowstorms to pointing out rotation in the clouds seconds before a tornado touched down during Hurricane Rita's rampage through Mississippi. Chip has also spent time tracking tornadoes across southwest Oklahoma and north Texas as a meteorologist in Wichita Falls, Texas. Chip met his wife Micaela forecasting weather in Wichita Falls and they are thrilled to bring their two daughters back to the region.
Chip was born in Lynchburg, Virginia and earned a Bachelor's degree in Earth and Atmospheric Science at Georgia Tech. After that, he enrolled in Florida State University and was awarded his Master's Degree in Meteorology, specializing in hurricanes making landfall. His expertise and experience has allowed him to earn the American Meteorological Society's highly regarded Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation.
Every morning, Chip will be driving the Good Day OK Traffic Tracker all around the metro before presenting the weather for the FOX 25 News at 11. If you happen to see him out and about, be sure to wave hello!