From sub-zero temperatures to sunny San Diego, Angelica Campos has plenty of experience forecasting, tracking and reporting on some of Mother Nature's most extreme climates.
Before arriving in San Diego, Angelica worked at WJW Fox8 in Cleveland as a morning meteorologist.
Prior to Cleveland, Angelica worked at Accuweather, where she gained experience as a weathercaster covering weather across the nation, throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, and across Central and South America. She has been seen on national networks such as Fox Business, Fox News, Bloomberg and ABC World, providing details on winter storms, severe weather and hurricanes. Fluent in Spanish, Angelica has also presented the weather for TV stations in Puerto Rico and Mexico, and for several Univision stations in California, including Fresno, Monterey and San Francisco.
Angelica holds a Bachelor of Science degree in geosciences and broadcasting meteorology from Mississippi State University, and a degree in mass communications from the University of West Georgia. She is a member of the National Weather Association, and loves to teach the youth about weather.
Angelica Campos is a native of San Jose, Costa Rica, and is excited to call San Diego home so she can exchange her winter coats and get back to the light sweater lifestyle she grew up in.
When she is not taking care of her weather duties, Angelica likes to stay active. She proudly completed her first marathon in November 2007. She has done many triathlons, and mud and obstacle races. She is also an NPC athlete, hoping to become an IFBB Pro.
She loves to be outside and enjoys taking her Maltese poodle, Charley, to the dog beaches.