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

FORECAST: Cloudy skies, dry conditions heading into weekend

The storm system that is heading towards Charlotte will fall apart before reaching the Charlotte area. Temperatures will be in the mid-50s Friday with partly cloudy skies. The region will still see an increase in clouds later Friday night but rain chances are slim-to-none for Saturday. Any showers that develop ...

FORECAST: More clouds, slightly cooler temps around Queen City

A rain/snow mix over Tennessee is slowly approaching the Appalachians Thursday morning. However, the mountains will act as a barrier and will block the rain from moving east into North Carolina. A few sprinkles can’t be ruled out in the mountains but areas closer to Charlotte will manage to stay ...

FORECAST: Temps warm close to 50 degrees after frosty start

Conditions were clear and cold Wednesday morning and many saw some frost on their cars before 9 a.m. In the mountains there was the threat for black ice from Tuesday’s snow and showers, and below freezing temperatures overnight. GALLERY: WSOC's Daily weather images More snow is expected Wednesday in the ...

FORECAST: Plenty of sun, cold mornings in forecast

There will be several days of sunshine along with slowly warming temperatures that will last through the weekend and into early next week. It will be in the low 50s for the next couple of days, and then temperatures will warm up to over 60 degrees during the weekend. However, ...

FORECAST: Light rain tonight, sun returns tomorrow

A weak storm off the coast and some energy pushing through the mountains will manage to touch off some light rain and drizzle through about midnight Monday night.   After that, the precipitation will taper off and the clouds part toward dawn.   For the next several days -- at ...

Drizzle, fog may develop overnight; Clouds remain

Some fog and drizzle may develop around the Charlotte area overnight. This will likely have an effect on the morning drive Wednesday, especially in areas north and west of Charlotte.   Clouds stay put and they will hold the temperatures to around 50 degrees Tuesday night. Later on, temperatures will ...

Sunday soaker: Rainfall saturates Charlotte region

The rain was heavy at times in the afternoon Sunday, and some neighborhoods saw an additional 1 to 2 inches of rain through the night. Some areas even experienced a thunderstorm Sunday evening. The rain cleared out overnight, but we could still some clouds early Monday morning. Sunshine will return ...

TIMELINE: Arctic blast grips area

Temperatures across the area were near or below freezing Friday evening. Things will warm up some over the weekend as the sun comes out, but the 60s and 70s are history and that was just two days ago. IN PHOTOS: What you need to know about arctic blast  The coldest ...

El Nino indicates wet, mild winter for the area

Last week Severe Weather Center 9 meteorologists tracked one of the earliest snowfalls on record in the Carolinas.   Beech Mountain had 6 inches of snow and Columbia, South Carolina, had the earliest snowfall on record with 3 inches.   Because of that many are wondering what the winter will ...

Chilly morning as freeze warnings in affect for Charlotte region

After a bitterly cold start to the morning, temperatures will warm into the lower 60s by Monday afternoon. Bright sunshine will be the norm for most of the week as temps warm up even higher, reaching 70 degrees by Wednesday. The next cold front will arrive late Wednesday and this ...

 
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