Tammie Souza - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Tammie Souza

NBC10 First Alert Weather Chief Meteorologist

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    Tammie Souza is the NBC10 First Alert Weather team's Chief Meteorologist. You can watch Tammie’s live forecasts weekday evenings at 5 p.m. and 11 p.m.

    Tammie joined the First Alert Weather team in March of 2017.

    “Weather has been my passion since childhood,” said Tammie. “I was hooked when my grandfather took me flying in a small plane and there was no turning back when I saw my first tornado. From storm chasing to blizzards to hurricanes, I love forecasting and sharing the weather story. It has been a joy and honor to call Chicago home for more than 16 years. Now, I’m excited for the next chapter in my life to unfold in Philadelphia. I was born in Pennsylvania so this is a homecoming of sorts.” 

    Tammie received her bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University and a Broadcast Meteorology Certification from Mississippi State University. She will complete work on her Master’s Degree in Applied Meteorology this summer. Tammie holds both the prestigious AMS/CBM Certified Broadcast Meteorology Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society, and the NWA Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association. Tammie served as the first female chairperson for the National AMS Broadcast Board.

    Prior to joining NBC10, Tammie worked at WFLD, FOX32 in Chicago where she served as both the weekday morning and weekend meteorologist. She has also worked at NBC5 Chicago as the weekend meteorologist. Tammie was named the first female Chief Meteorologist in Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida while at WTSP-CBS. She has also worked as a chief meteorologist at WDJT-CBS in Milwaukee. Tammie got her start at KHSL-CBS in Chico, Calif., as the morning and noon meteorologist.

    Tammie has been honored with 17 Emmy nominations and six awards for Best Weathercast, Best Science Report and Live Reporting. She was also honored by the Associated Press for a report on shipwreck diving in Lake Michigan which was done underwater on a 125-year-old shipwreck. The National Association of Black Journalists also recognized her with a national nomination for a story about fugitive slave ships on Lake Michigan.

    Tammie is married to a teacher named Greg and has an eight year old son named Caleb.

    Connect with Tammie!

    Twitter: @TammieSouza
    Facebook: TammieSouzaTV