Jessica Camuto, WHNT

Jessica Camuto


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Jessica:

Weather Authority visits Madison City Pre-K Class

On Wednesday morning, Meteorologist Jessica Camuto had the opportunity to visit Pre-K students at Madison City Schools First Class Pre-K Center. The students were able to get outside and enjoy the morning sunshine before the clouds moved in by the afternoon. While visiting, Jessica spoke to the students about weather safety, Storm Hunter 19, what […] → Read More

Turning chilly mid-March

March has started off on the active and mild side for all of the Tennessee Valley. While these temperatures have been pleasant, we shouldn’t get used to them, by mid-March cooler air arrives! As we head into mid-March, a change in the weather pattern will lead to a drop in the temperatures. The ridge in […] → Read More

Second Warmest Winter On Record

This past Winter Season was a mild one across the Tennessee Valley! The Winter Season includes the months of December, January, and February due to climatology records. Each location observed either the second or third warmest winter on record. Huntsville specifically recorded its second warmest winter on record with an average temperature of 49.4 degrees, […] → Read More

Two EF1 Tornadoes Confirmed in Jackson County

The National Weather Service (NWS) found damaged tracks associated with two EF1 tornadoes that were spawned from the same severe storm. → Read More

Flood Warnings in effect through the weekend

With the excessive rainfall the region saw this past week, multiple Flood Warnings will remain in effect through the first weekend of March. With the majority of the rain falling Wednesday, the threat of flooding became a concern for everyone in the area. Local creeks rivers and streams rose to lead to flooding. A Flood […] → Read More

February ends fourth warmest on record

February was certainly a warm month for everyone across the Tennessee Valley, with the majority of the month’s temperatures being above-average. During the month of February, Huntsville broke a high-temperature record and will be ending the month with the fourth warmest on record. When looking at the average temperature for the month, the combination of […] → Read More

Tornado Watch in effect until 2 AM

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Tornado Watch for portions of the Tennessee Valley until 2 AM Thursday morning. All of north Alabama and southern middle Tennessee A cap on the atmosphere on Wednesday prevented showers and storms from developing during the day. This was expected. The main threat of storms will be after […] → Read More

Weather Authority takes part in Read Across America Week

Schools nationwide celebrate Read Across America Week, including schools throughout the Tennessee Valley. The National Education Association launched Read Across America Week in 1998 as a year-round program to celebrate reading. Along with school districts across the area, News 19 Weather Authority members took part in some school events. Chief Meteorologist Danielle Dozier had the […] → Read More

Severe weather sales tax holiday – February 24-26

This holiday is held each year ahead of the severe spring weather season so residents are able to stock up on essential supplies if severe weather were to strike. → Read More

Record Highs Shattered Wednesday

Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley experienced the warmest air so far in the month of February this year. Multiple locations reached the 80s Wednesday, with Huntsville and Muscle Shoals breaking its old record-high temperatures! Huntsville’s observed high temperature was 81 degrees while Muscle Shoals reached 83 degrees. Wednesday marked the fourth earliest 80-degree plus in […] → Read More

Wind Advisory Through Wednesday Evening

A strong cold front will pass through the region Wednesday night, leading to the threat of strong winds for residents in the Tennessee Valley. Due to the threat of these gusty winds, the National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory until 6pm Wednesday. All of north Alabama is included in the advisory along with […] → Read More

Near record warmth by midweek

After a couple of chilly mornings this past weekend, the temperatures are on the rise this upcoming week! A strong southerly wind flow will help surge warm air and moisture into the region. Winds on Monday will be sustained from 10 to 15 mph, with occasional gusts of 20 mph possible. This will help warm […] → Read More

Tornado Watch Issued Until 7 PM

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for several counties in North Alabama and Tennessee until 7 p.m. → Read More

Meet Blake Farmer – Marshall County’s New EMA Director

MARSHALL COUNTY, AL (WHNT) – On December 19th, 2022 Blake Farmer officially began work as the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) Director. Before arriving at the EMA as the director, Farmer was a member of the Boaz Fire Department for 14 years; part of that time he was a lieutenant. While spending that time […] → Read More

Strong Winds Tuesday Night – Wind Advisory Issued

It is going to be a gusty but warm Valentine’s Day for the Tennessee Valley! Winds are forecast to pick up Tuesday out of the south, southeast. A Wind Advisory will be in effect from 3 p.m. Tuesday through 6 a.m. Wednesday. This Advisory will be in effect for all of North Alabama along with […] → Read More

Inspiration4 crew member Hayley Arceneaux visits U.S. Space and Rocket Center

Inspiration4 and Space Camp Alumni Hall Fame member Hayley Arceneaux spoke at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center Saturday morning. → Read More

Strong To Severe Storms Possible This Week

Valentine’s Day is going to bring some windy conditions but the threat of strong to severe storms will increase from Wednesday into Thursday. Let’s first start with Tuesday. The wind will be sustained between 10-20 mph during the afternoon. These sustained winds will then increase to 20-30 mph after sunset. During that time, period gusts […] → Read More

Future unclear for Boaz tornado siren maintenance

While no sirens are fully down at the moment, Boaz Fire Chief Jeff Beck says many are in dire need of repair. → Read More

Gusty Winds Wednesday Night – Wind Advisory Issued

A strong cold front tracking through the region will bring the return of rain chances to the Tennessee Valley late Wednesday through early Thursday morning. With a tight pressure gradient associated with this frontal passage, gusty winds are forecast to occur Wednesday through Thursday. The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for the […] → Read More

Severe Thunderstorm Criteria — How Lightning Forms

This week is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Alabama. Each Spring the National Weather Service holds this event ahead of the severe weather season to help residents prepare. Tuesday, February 7th was the second day of awareness week and the topic that was discussed was lightning safety and severe thunderstorm criteria. Lightning can strike 10 […] → Read More