Lori Pinson is an award-winning meteorologist on FOX 2 providing weather Friday and Saturday evenings, plus Monday and Tuesday mornings. She holds both the American Meteorological Society’s Certified Broadcast Seal of Approval and the National Weather Association’s Seal of Approval, Pinson’s post-graduate work includes studying at Johns Hopkins University for Environmental Science and Policy.
Lori received the coveted Emmy award for creating an inclusive on-air weathercast for the deaf and is a recent recipient of the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Best Weather award and Best Use of New Media award for her Emmy nominated online series "Lori’s Science Corner", created in collaboration with the National Science Teaching Association. Her original award-winning series, "Lori’s Hidden Michigan" spotlights the state’s little-known treasures.
Combining science and journalism, Lori won numerous Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalist awards, was named the National Weather Association Broadcaster of the Year and was most recently honored with the Salute to Excellence award from the National Society of Black Journalists.
Though Detroit is home, Lori was a Chief Meteorologist in Baltimore before working in Pennsylvania, DC, and Ohio and as a national science correspondent for the London-based network ITN.
When not on the air, Lori renovates antique furniture, is a Lector at church, and works tirelessly in her community, lending her voice and time to numerous charities and causes.
After the passage of a cold front tonight, drier air moves in, and that translates to sunshine for the weekend. High temps are summery. Sat 85/61 Sun 83/62.
"It starts right here at the boat launch. Oakland County’s got a tremendous amount of waterway and we certainly want people to come out and enjoy our lakes, rivers and streams," he said. "But we want them to be safe about it."
This week marks the beginning of the summer solstice and coincidentally our temperature and humidity levels are expected to soar. In this Weather or Not, Meteorologist Lori Pinson will discuss the dangers of excessive heat.
Low humidity levels and below-average temperatures, in the 70s, both Saturday and Father's Day/Juneteenth Sunday. The high Saturday will be 73 with a low of 53.
Saturday starts off dry with sunshine before clouds fill in by late afternoon. Rain developing, heavier overnight. High: 77/61.
A mild and dry Saturday setting up with seasonal temperatures in the 70s, with a high of 74, low of 58.
The Dutch roots in the west Michigan city and its massive tulip festival are on full display during this year's exhibition of floral magnificence.
Say goodbye to gloomy, rainy skies for a while!
After a week of extreme, up and down temperatures; our weekend readings are headed in the right direction, up.
Temperatures Saturday will rise 17 degrees above average, about 78. The day may start with lingering showers before 7 a.m., then decreasing clouds and breezy conditions.