Natalie joined The Weather Network in the spring of 2007. While she is most recognized for giving viewers their weekend weather report, some of Natalie's personal highlights include reporting on the floods in Manitoba (spring 2011), covering Hurricane Bill and Tropical Storm Danny on back-to-back weekends (August 2009), and of course, being blown away in the UOIT wind tunnel!
Besides her on-camera work at The Weather Network, Natalie also keeps busy behind the scenes as a writer and back-up assignment editor.
Natalie came to The Weather Network after hosting Today's Waterloo Region, a 30 minute news program at Rogers TV in Kitchener. She also spent the summer of 2005 interning in Boston at CBS. She worked closely with the I-Team (Investigative Team) and was even sent undercover on a couple of assignments. (Make sure to ask her about the camera glasses she had to wear. It was very James Bond.) Natalie holds a bachelor's degree in Broadcasting and Electronic Media from Appalachian State University. She graduated summa cum laude (4.0 GPA), while playing Division 1 basketball for the Mountaineers on a full athletic scholarship.
And just to warn you: "Basketball Natalie" is not as nice as real life Natalie. She's a lot more aggressive, and has been known to throw a few elbows!
When Natalie isn't on television, she's watching it! She's also guilty of wasting hours (and hours) on the internet.