Henry DiCarlo
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Henry DiCarlo is an AMS Meteorologist for the KTLA Morning News from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.

Henry earned his meteorology degree from Mississippi State University. Prior to coming to KTLA in 2010, Henry spent eight years at KCBS Los Angeles. He has also worked in Seattle and Salt Lake City after beginning his career as a sportscaster in Palm Springs, Calif.

Henry is a proud native of Southern California, born and raised in the city of Orange. He attended Villa Park High School and graduated from Cal State Fullerton's communications department. Henry and his wife Lisa currently live in Yorba Linda with their two sons, Henry III and Jack. As a family, they enjoy traveling, sports and volunteering for animal-related issues. Henry and Lisa are very involved in their local Little League, and Henry is the manager for both of his sons' baseball teams.

Recent Articles
  • Thursday Forecast: Coastal Eddy Brings Cooler Temps

    A coastal eddy is expected to bring us average temperatures for the next couple of days before highs warm up again for the weekend. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast for Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014.

  • Wednesday Forecast: Above Average Temps, Mostly Sunny Skies

    Temperatures will stay a few degrees above average on Wednesday as we enjoy mostly sunny skies in Southern California. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Oct. 8, 2014.

  • Tuesday Forecast: Partly Cloudy, Chance of T-Storms Inland

    Tropical storm Simon is expected to bring partly cloudy skies to Southern California Tuesday with a chance of thunderstorms Inland. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Oct. 7, 2014.

  • Monday Forecast: Cooler, But Above Average Temps

    Temperatures on Monday were expected to be cooler but still above average on Monday. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Oct. 6, 2014.

  • Friday Forecast: Extremely Hot Weekend

    Hot and sometimes windy weather through the weekend will lead to high fire danger for parts of Southern California. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014.

  • A Los Angeles County Fire Department vehicle is seen in a file photo. (Credit: KTLA)

    Firefighters on Alert Amid High Heat, Drought Conditions

    Firefighters in Southern California were on high alert Thursday amid triple-digit temperatures and ongoing drought conditions. The summer-like weather was expected to continue through the weekend, with the hottest days likely to be on Friday and Saturday. Widespread triple digit heat was forecast inland with some coastal areas even soaring well into the 90s, according to the National Weather Service. People were urged to reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or evening hours if possible. Dry conditions and offshore breezes were expected to […]

  • Thursday Forecast: Heat Advisories, Red Flag Warnings

    High pressure building over Southern California has led to heat advisories and red flag warnings on Thursday. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Oct. 2, 2014.

  • Wednesday Forecast: Warming Trend Arrives in SoCal

    An offshore flow on Wednesday will help kick off a warming trend that’s expected to continue through the weekend for Southern California. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Oct. 1, 2014.

  • Tuesday Forecast: Slightly Warmer As High Pressure Builds

    Temperatures will be slightly warmer on Tuesday as high pressure begins to build into the region. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2014.