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
  • Tuesday Forecast: Excessive Heat Warnings, Chance of T-Storms Inland

    Excessive heat warnings have been issued for parts of Southern California as Tuesday is expected to be the hottest day of the week. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Sept. 16, 2014.

  • Hurricane Odile struck Mexico's Baja California Coast on Sept. 14, 2014. (Credit: CNN)

    Odile Weakens to Tropical Storm, May Impact Weather in Southern California

    Hurricane Odile was downgraded to a tropical storm as it moved through Mexico’s Baja California peninsula on Monday. Odile struck Mexico’s Pacific Coast Sunday as a hurricane with winds of 115 mph and gusts reaching 125 mph. The storm weakened to a Category 1 hurricane before being downgraded to a tropical storm, but forecasters had warned the storm could still do plenty of damage to the region. “Large and destructive waves” and heavy rainfall that could cause life-threatening flash floods […]

  • Monday Forecast: Another Day of Near Record Highs

    High pressure over the region is expected to bring another round of near record high temperatures to Southern California on Monday. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Sept. 15, 2014.

  • Friday Forecast: Heat Advisories for Most of SoCal

    Heat advisories are expected to be issued for most of Souther California as some extremely hot weather is expected last through the weekend. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.

  • Thursday Forecast: Extended Heat Wave Expected in SoCal

    Above average temperatures are expected to continue for at least the next eight days and we could see some record highs. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014.

  • Wednesday Forecast: Warming Through Weekend

    Building high pressure is expected to bring warmer temperatures through the weekend. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Sept. 10, 2014.

  • Tuesday Forecast: Mild Temps, Less Humidity

    Mild temperatures and less humidity are expected as moisture from Hurricane Norbert moves out of the region Tuesday. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Sept. 9, 2014.

  • A car was mostly underwater after a flash flood hit parts of Riverside County on Sept. 7, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)

    Flash Flood Causes Damage, Prompts Rescues in IE; More Thunderstorms Forecast

    Thunderstorms in the Inland Empire Monday caused flooding and prompted rescue efforts, the day after flash floods in the region caused similar damage. The National Weather Service initially issued a Flash Flood Warning in Indio, Palm Desert and Coachella until 10 a.m., a tweet from the agency stated. The warning was later extended until noon. A Flash Flood Watch was scheduled to remain in effect through Monday evening for the mountain and desert areas of Riverside and San Bernardino counties, […]

  • Monday Forecast: Hot and Humid, Chance of T-Storms

    Hot and humid weather continues on Monday with a chance of thunderstorms for most of Southern California. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Sept. 8, 2014.