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

  Tracking Southern Snow and Rain

  Nice Sunday, Watching Southern Snow and Rain

  Cold Overnight, Nice Sunday Ahead

  Brisk Saturday

  Winter Storm Stays South

  Cooler and Dry Several Days, Late Week Snow Showers Possible

  Showers Exit, Cool and Drier Days Ahead

  Chillier with Rain Showers Sunday Morning

  First Week of 2021 Outlook

  Cooler Couple Days then Rain for New Year’s

  Outlook Through The New Year

  Seasonable Sunday, Changes for New Year’s Eve

  Another Cold Overnight, Seasonable Sunday

  Chilly and Dry Last Weekend of 2020

  Calm Before Storm

Blustery Winds

Fog Overnight, Big Changes Christmas Eve and Day

Three Weather Makers. One Very Strong.

Brief Snow/Rain Shower

Tracking Some Snow and Rain

  Tracking Rain, Snow, Sleet and Ice

  Dry and Mild Sunday, Cold Rain Monday

  One More Mild Day, Big Changes Next Week

  Mild Weekend, Changes Next Week

  Milder Than Average

  Milder Through Weekend

  Season’s First Snow

  Sunnier Sunday, Snow Shower Risk Early Monday

  Tracking Snow Showers

  Colder Overnight, Sunnier Sunday, First Snowflakes