Leslie Lopez shares the outpouring of support she's received from viewers after the very real moment: "I've been getting comments, 'Just more baby in weather, please! This is a wonderful compliment from from someone who is on the Mt. Rushmore of broadcasting. It means a lot and made my year.
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No matter how cold temperatures may be outside, you can guarantee that when these weather women deliver the news — things will be hot, hot, hot! Some have broadcast the weather from the midst of gale force winds during hurricane season, and others have tried their hand at acting on film. Aside from being the face of their local weather stations, most of these women have also gained a substantial fan base, with between hundreds of thousands, and even millions, of followers on social media. According to one woman, many of them do it purposely to get more views.
Alida has always had a passion for weather, which she developed after watching a severe thunderstorm roll through her town and witnessed damage from lightning firsthand. She lived in an area like Fort Wayne with all four seasons which helped her expand her knowledge for various systems. Alida attended Purdue University where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Atmospheric Science. While at Purdue, Alida worked for Purdue University Fast Track, a program that airs throughout the Lafayette community, where she forecasted the weather and reported. Before moving to Fort Wayne, Alida spent two years forecasting weather and reporting at WVNS in West Virginia, experiencing all the wild and wonderful things that the mountain state has to offer.