anthony domol

Anthony is thrilled to be a part of the FOX 17 Weather team. You can see him Tuesday through Saturday on the FOX 17 Morning News. Anthony is very familiar with weather patterns in the Midwest as he grew up in Farmington Hills, Michigan. He went to Detroit Catholic Central High School followed by Michigan State University, where he earned a degree in Education. Anthony went on to Valparaiso University where he achieved his degree in Meteorology.

Anthony started his television career at KTXS (an ABC affiliate) in Abilene, Texas. He worked there as morning meteorologist from mid-June 2013 through July 2015. Anthony experienced significant bouts of severe weather/tornadoes and even a couple major ice storms while working in Abilene.

After his stint in Texas, Anthony found his second job in TV closer to home. In mid-August 2015, he took over as morning meteorologist at WFRV (a CBS affiliate) in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He remained in that role until mid-October 2018. Anthony experienced major winter storms, severe weather, and flooding events while working in Green Bay. Anthony has lived in the Midwest virtually his whole life but says he has never seen anything like the blizzard that struck the Green Bay Area in April of 2018 dropping close to two feet of snow. Anthony also got out into the community for live interviews previewing upcoming events in Northeast Wisconsin. From mid-October 2018 to early February 2019, Anthony took a freelance position as morning meteorologist/news anchor in Rhinelander, Wisconsin.

When he is not working, Anthony enjoys lifting weights and running. You also might catch him on the golf course or playing basketball. Staying active and in shape is important to him.


Recent Articles
  • Some Saturday sunshine, more clouds for Sunday

    WEST MICHIGAN– A mixture of sunshine and clouds is expected for all sections of West Michigan here on Saturday. Nice temperatures top out in the lower 70s this afternoon. Northwest winds are to pick up as we go along later this morning into the early afternoon at 10-15 mph, perhaps a few breezes to near 20 mph. Any breezy weather will be short-lived as winds slacken off this evening and overnight. It looks like numbers will drop into the upper […]

  • Scattered showers on Sunday

    WEST MICHIGAN– The forecast stays dry through this evening, for those of you looking to get out and about around the region. Our chance for showers holds off until overnight and more likely toward daybreak Sunday. Scattered showers will be with us into the afternoon tomorrow but it will not be raining at all times. Mostly cloudy skies are likely to be the rule however. Look for temps to top out in the lower 70s or so on the back […]

  • Dangerous beach and boating conditions Tuesday and Wednesday

    WEST MICHIGAN– Strong west winds will bring dangerous beach and boating conditions to the Lake Michigan shoreline Tuesday and Wednesday. A Beach Hazards Advisory has been issued all along the shoreline through Wednesday.  Waves could reach seven feet high on Wednesday.  A Small Craft Advisory is also in effect. Lakeshore flooding and beach erosion will also be likely this week. All beaches from Holland to Manistee will be affected.  

  • Perfect weekend weather ahead of possible showers Monday

    WEST MICHIGAN– Overnight lows are to still be cool tonight in the middle 50s but a trend toward milder overnights will begin tonight and carry into the early workweek time frame.   Clouds will increase on Monday as our next weather system arrives from the west. A few spotty showers will be possible as early as late morning Monday but the better chance for widespread showers and possibly even a few thundershowers will come later Monday evening and through the first […]

  • A chance for rain tonight, thunderstorms are possible on Sunday

    WEST MICHIGAN– Showers swept through portions of West Michigan late Saturday night. And the chance for more rain persists overnight, as a warm front edges northward. Scattered showers and thunderstorms actually are possible again Sunday morning, as an upper-level disturbance moves in from the west. Most of this activity will likely move out by the early afternoon allowing for skies to become partly sunny and for temperatures to climb back well into the 80s. Expect humidity to be at a […]

  • More sunshine Saturday, perhaps heavy rain early next week

    WEST MICHIGAN– Great looking weather conditions are in store for today across West Michigan as mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies are to be in control. High temperatures head for around to the lower 80s for most locations. After two straight breezy late mornings and afternoons, we see lighter winds across the region today. Beach and boating conditions are looking to be in excellent shape. A few fair-weather cumulus clouds will pop up late morning into the afternoon and some […]

  • More sunshine Saturday, but thunderstorms in some areas

    WEST MICHIGAN– A good deal of sunshine today across West Michigan but there is a chance for a shower or thunderstorm, mainly for sections from Grand Rapids and northward and focused east of U.S. Highway 131. At 4:33 p.m. Saturday, the National Weather Service in Grand Rapids issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning in effect until 5:15 p.m. Saturday for eastern Mecosta County, southeastern Osceola County and northwestern Isabella County. The NWS said the storm was packing hail and high winds. […]

  • Humidity drops off and sunshine moves in Sunday

    WEST MICHIGAN– Humidity starts to fall off today from north to south across West Michigan putting an end to our very muggy recent stretch of weather. Early morning showers and thundershowers have diminished and now we are looking at sunshine to be on tap into the afternoon especially for sections around Grand Rapids and northward. Less humid air will be arriving this afternoon from the north. More clouds can be expected for areas around Kalamazoo and southward as these locations […]

  • More severe storms potential for Saturday afternoon / evening

    WEST MICHIGAN — After an overnight of severe thunderstorms, we quiet down for a period this morning and early afternoon before more potentially significant activity develops later today. It appears the best timing for thunderstorms to return to the West Michigan viewing area will be between 3-10 P.M. from northwest to southeast. Yet another organized cluster of showers and thunderstorms, or MCS ( Mesoscale Convective System ), will approach from the west this afternoon and bring back a damaging wind […]

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