Vicki Graf

Vicki Graf proudly joined the Eyewitness News team in February 2013 as the weekend morning meteorologist. She previously worked at WRDW in Augusta, Ga.

During her time in Augusta, Vicki was awarded 'Best Weather Reporting' by the Georgia AP for outstanding coverage during an outbreak of severe weather and a rare winter snow storm. Prior to that, she was the chief meteorologist at WDHN in Dothan, Alabama. During her time in Dothan, Vicki covered several severe weather events, including Tropical Storm Fay and the spring 2009 Southeast floods. Vicki also worked for Weather Services International (WSI) located in Andover, Mass.

Vicki is a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla., where she earned a bachelor's degree in Applied Meteorology.She is a member of the American Meteorology Society, National Weather Association, Chi Epsilon Pi Meteorology Honors Society, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega and Alpha Xi Delta Sorority.

A native of Boston, Mass., Vicki has come to love the South. When she is not forecasting the weather, she enjoys staying active. She used to be a gymnast but now enjoys running, including recently completing her fourth marathon. She is excited to call Charlotte her home!

Latest from Vicki Graf

New system enhances severe weather information

New system enhances severe weather information

Spring is one of the busiest times for dangerous and destructive storms, and there is an advanced system being used in our area to help provide better warning before severe weather hits.   This new system was launched in March for only a few select regions in the United States, ...

Don't be fooled by chilly morning, temps will reach into the 70s

It might be a little more difficult getting out the door Monday morning as temperatures are on the colder side. Frost is the main concern south of the Interstate 40 corridor and frost advisories are in place through 10 a.m. But there is good news: a major warm-up is expected ...

Cold weather threatens wine from local vineyards

Overnight freezes are damaging vines at local vineyards, and if the trend continues it could threaten local wine. Meteorologist Vicki Graf asked a local vineyard in Albemarle if this will cause a higher price for wine. Sandon Dennis is in his Stanly County vineyard every day, but the continuous cold ...

Sunshine, warmer weather on the way

The clouds, cooler temperatures and wet weather will linger around Charlotte for a bit longer. Cloudy skies and light drizzle are expected Tuesday night, with temperatures in the upper 30s. Temperatures will dip into the mid-30s Tuesday night. Another round of showers will move in early Wednesday morning, but temperatures ...

Cool, rainy weather to last through Tuesday

The WSOC viewing area is experiencing quite different weather Sunday afternoon compared to Saturday. Rain moving through Charlotte will last the duration of Sunday. It could be heavy at times and there is a potential for thunder. Temperatures Sunday are only expected to be in the mid 50s. Overnight cooler ...

Wintry mix moving out of Charlotte area

Severe Weather Center 9 is tracking a winter storm that is moving to the east of the Charlotte area Friday afternoon. Cold rain fell for most of the day in Charlotte and areas south of the city. North of Charlotte is where the wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing ...

Storm left severe damage in the Plaza Road Extension area.

Two years after tornado, man says storm changed outlook

It has been two years since a powerful tornado tore through eastern Mecklenburg County into Cabarrus County.   “I could hear a big roaring and I could hear things hitting the side of the house,” said Marvin White, whose house was destroyed. “Next thing I know, there was a big ...

Expect rain in Charlotte on Monday

A storm system will cross into the mountains Sunday night. It will bring rain for the mountains, and will reach the Charlotte area between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. Monday. Temperatures will be warmer for the first part of the day. The high temperature for Monday will come in the ...

Black ice threatens roadways in the area

After the better part of a foot of snow for many neighborhoods, the storm has finally departed and skies have cleared out. Temperatures warmed into the 40s Thursday afternoon, melting some of the snow. Low temperatures for the morning are expected to be in the mid-20s, which will freeze melted snow ...

Forecast shows 6-12 inches of snow in Charlotte

We have updated our weather story, click here for Tuesday's update. The winter storm headed to the Charlotte area could bring more snow than the city has seen in nearly 10 years. Severe Weather Center 9 Chief Meteorologist Steve Udelson said the storm is a "long-event" storm. Part one of ...