Dylan Federico

Dylan Federico

Weekend Meteorologist

Meteorologist Dylan Federico came to Columbus, GA and joined Storm Team 9 to pursue his life-long dream of becoming a Broadcast Meteorologist. Dylan, a New Orleans native, became interested in the weather at a very young age thanks to Hurricane Georges in 1998. His interests only grew when he would watch The Weather Channel instead of cartoons.

Dylan’s strong passion in Meteorology is focused in the tropics and severe weather. He even chased Hurricanes Matthew, Harvey, and Irma over the past couple of years. He wants to use his knowledge and experience to keep the community informed and weather-ready for hurricanes and severe weather.

His life-long passion of forecasting the tropics, severe weather, along with his fascination in Climatology led him to Mississippi State University to earn his Meteorology Degree. Dylan's professional career began as a meteorology intern at WVUE (FOX 8) in New Orleans.

When Dylan isn’t looking at the weather, you could find him working out at the gym, running along the Chattahoochee Riverwalk, or having fun at a local festival! He also a huge fan of the New Orleans Saints!

Recent Articles by Dylan

  Pesky Clouds Linger For Sunday

  Drying Out For The Weekend!

Cold & Rainy Night Ahead!

  Bitter Cold Arrives Tomorrow Morning!

  Here Comes The Arctic Blast!

  Sunny Skies For The Weekend!

Sunny Skies This Weekend!

Chilly Changes On The Way!

  Halloween Cold Blast Coming!

  Wet For Halloween?

  A Nice End To The Weekend!

Storms Possible Tonight

Rainy Pattern Coming!

Coldest Morning This Fall!

  Showers & Possibly A Rumble Of Thunder Overnight

  Strong Storms Possible Monday Night

  Latest On Tropical Storm NESTOR

Latest On Tropical Storm NESTOR

NESTOR To Bring Rainy & Windy Conditions On Saturday

  Rain Chances Increasing To Start The Week

  Here Comes The Rain!

Cold Front Hits The Brakes!

Desperately Needed Rain Coming

Rain On The Horizon?

  A Humid Breeze For Sunday

Bye Bye Heat Wave!

Bye Bye Heatwave!

Summer Rolls Into October

  No Cold Fronts In Sight

  Record Heat Continues Next Week