Nicole believes that all Canadians share a deep interest in the weather because of the profound effect it has on our daily lives. The weather can play a positive role, but can also be the root of many disastrous situations. This powerful relationship that we have with the weather compels us to study its phenomenon on a daily basis.
Some of Nicole's favorite memories outdoors include a big family ski trip to the beautiful hills of Mont Tremblant, summers lake side at camp in Ontario and an unforgettable rainy spring in Vancouver studying voice work at the UBC campus.
Nicole's path to broadcasting started as a love for arts and drama, which led her to study Theatre at Queen's University. Upon completing her degree, Nicole returned to her native Toronto and pursued roles in both theatre and film. However, through years of auditions, Nicole found herself drawn to hosting work instead and began working as a presenter for various networks such as Global, Rogers and The Score Television Network. From this experience her passion for broadcasting grew; in order to hone her skills as an on-air presenter, Nicole enrolled in the Broadcast Journalism program at Seneca College.
Nicole was offered a position at The Weather Network in 2009. She is very enthusiastic to be a part of such an esteemed weather information team. In her role as a weather broadcaster, Nicole is committed to provide accurate, informative and enjoyable forecasts for years to come.
One of Nicole's top travel goals is to take the time to travel across Canada to experience each beautiful province.
You can catch Nicole on weekday evenings on The Weather Network.