Kevin Craig

Kevin Craig

Bio

I joined FOX 17 in 2001 as the Weekend Meteorologist. Coming from across the big lake in Madison, Wisconsin, it was nice to return home to Michigan after being gone almost 10 years in various tv/radio jobs around the country.
While I graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit with a B.A. in Communications (radio/tv/film), I continued with meteorological and geosciences education at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, and also Mississippi State University. I completed the three year MSU Broadcast Meteorology program with the highest honors, which put me in a fantastic position to obtain my weather certification. Few television meteorologists have obtained the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Certified Broadcast Meteorology (CBM) seal of approval. I hold that seal, so you can have confidence in my forecast and information knowing that they’re backed by the fine professional at the AMS.

West Michigan is a fabulous place to live, work, and raise a family. My family and I have been enjoying ourselves ever since we arrived and we hope to continue for many years to come. I enjoy getting out in the community and to area schools conducting School of Weather presentations helping to educate kids about science and weather. Incidentally, the attached bio photo of me was modeling clothes and walking the runway for the annual Dwelling Place fashion show I’ve been part of for more than 10 years.

I’ve always lived by one thought regarding the television news business…”it’s a privilege to be on television delivering the forecast to everyone.”  People always say… how can you be so excited about delivering the weather? My response has always been the same…”if I can’t be excited about delivering the weather, how can I expect you to be excited about watching it?” Thanks for watching over the years and allowing me to keep you and your families safe.  Make sure to drop me a line or email kcraig@fox17online.com, or follow me on Facebook at Kevin Craig Fox, or Twitter at FoxWeatherman.

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