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

Isolated Severe Weather Risk East

  Rainy Overnight, Spotty Storm Sunday

  Rain and Thunder Risk Overnight

  Tracking Rain and Thunder

  Isolated Severe Weather Risk

  Remaining Mild with April Showers Soon

  Easter Sunday and Beyond Outlook

  Blustery Friday and Milder Easter Sunday

Blustery Breezes and Below Freezing Overnight

  Blustery Winds Overnight, Sunshine Returns Monday

  Severe Weather Risk Sunday Afternoon

  Severe Weather Risk Sunday

  Nice Weather Saturday, Active Sunday

  Gusty Winds Friday, Nice Saturday, Possible Storms Sunday

  Tracking First Spring Showers

  First Week of Spring Update

  Quick Temperature Rise

  Cold Nights and Pleasant Days

  First Week of Spring Outlook

  Rain, Wintry Mix to Nicer Spring Weekend

  Soaking Rainfall and Isolated Severe Weather Risk

  Breezy and Mild Sunday, Changes Monday

  Dry March Weekend, Changes Next Week

  Cold Front with Very Little Rain

  Tracking Small Rain Risk

  One More Cold Night, Then Spring-Like Week Ahead

  Weather Pattern Change Soon

  Cold Overnight, Cool Sunday

  First Weekend of March Outlook

  Blustery Breezes