Vicki Graf

Vicki Graf

Vicki Graf joined the Boston25 Storm Tracker Weather team in May 2018. She is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) and also holds the National Weather Association Seal of Approval (NWA). She is a meteorologist and an environmental reporter at WFXT.

Vicki grew up in Marblehead, she credits her 4th grade teacher for helping her gain interest in weather at an early age. She took a specific interest in tropical systems when Hurricane Bob ravaged New England back in 1991.

Before WFXT, Vicki worked at WSOC in Charlotte, NC where she was part of an Emmy nominated weather team. Prior to that, she worked in Augusta, GA where she was awarded 'Best Weather Reporting' by the Georgia AP for outstanding coverage during an outbreak of severe weather and a rare winter snow storm. She also spent time as the Chief Meteorologist for WDHN in Dothan, AL. Vicki also worked for Weather Services International (WSI) located in Andover, MA.

Vicki is a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, FL 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.

When she is not forecasting the weather, she enjoys staying active. She used to be a gymnast but now enjoys running. Vicki has completed 4 marathons and hopes to run the Boston Marathon some day. She is excited to be back home with her family in New England and can't wait to explore this beautiful region more!

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