Angela Fritz is an atmospheric scientist who hails from the city of rock and roll and burning rivers – Cleveland, Ohio. She knew from a young age that weather was her true calling.
After receiving a B.S. in meteorology from Valparaiso University and an M.S. in earth and atmospheric science from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Angela worked as a meteorologist at CNN in Atlanta and Weather Underground in San Francisco.
Angela is currently serving as the Washington Post’s deputy weather editor. When she’s not forecasting hurricanes or reading the latest climate science papers, Angela enjoys outdoor adventures, public transportation, and Oxford commas.