Josh Fitzpatrick

Josh Fitzpatrick


Charlottesville, Va.

Josh Fitzpatrick joined the NBC29 weather team in November 2017. He comes to central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley from WSAZ-TV, the NBC affiliate in Huntington/Charleston, West Virginia where he was a meteorologist for 10 years.

After studying broadcast meteorology and earning a B.S. degree at Mississippi State University, Josh got his big break at WOAY-TV in Beckley, WV, where he was eventually promoted to chief meteorologist.

Josh's favorite type of weather is snow and says he got hooked on meteorology after the great blizzard of March 1993.

He has a large social media presence, be sure to follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Josh was named the winner of the 'Best of C-Ville TV Personality' in 2018 and 2019.

Josh was born in eastern Kentucky and grew up near Gallipolis, Ohio. He enjoys storm chasing, gardening, astronomy, photography, movies, and traveling.

Recent Articles by Josh

  Severe Weather Risk Ends for Now

  Spotty Severe Weather Risk

  Calm Overnight, Spotty Severe Weather Risk Sunday Evening

  Some Weekend Weather Improvement

  New Flash Flood Watch

  Flash Flood Watch

  Better Weather for Memorial Day

One More Cool Day with Lingering Showers

  Lingering Showers with One More Cool Day

  Unseasonably Cool This Weekend

  Tracking Possible Severe Weather

  Severe Weather Risk Friday

  Tracking Shower, Downpour and Storm Chances

  Humid with Scattered Storms Soon

  Becoming Humid with Scattered Rain

  Summer-Like Weekend Update

  Summer-Like Weekend

Summer-Like Weather Pattern

  Passing Shower into Monday Night. Summer-Like Late Week!

  Few Passing Showers, Hotter Late Week

  Scattered Rain Chances

  Dry Saturday, Some Rain Sunday

  Not A Total Washout

  Tracking Spotty Showers, Some May Have Small Hail

  Passing Shower Chance

  Becoming Milder and Breezy Mother’s Day Afternoon

  Brief Shower Chance, Mostly Dry

  Mother’s Day Weekend Update

  Cooler and Dry Thursday, Changes Friday

  Isolated Severe Weather Risk Monday