FOX Weather Meteorologists Stephen Morgan and Kendall Smith to Anchor Coverage from Dallas and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway 

Meteorologists and Correspondents Spanning Nearly 10 Cities to Capture the Total Eclipse

Meteorologist Nick Kosir to Host Eclipse Viewing Party on FOX Square 

NEW YORK – April 3, 2024 FOX Weather, FOX News Media’s free ad-supported streaming television (FAST) weather service, will span the country to present special marathon coverage leading up to and throughout the solar eclipse on April 8th, the first the country has seen in totality since August 2017. Entitled America’s Total Eclipse, FOX Weather will dispatch correspondents and meteorologists across the country to report from the cities across the country that will see the eclipse.

Spanning nearly 10 different cities, FOX Weather meteorologists and correspondents along with FOX News correspondents and multimedia reporters will report live across the arc of the eclipse, from Texas to Vermont. Meteorologists Stephen Morgan and Kendall Smith will anchor coverage live from Dallas and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, respectively when the eclipse occurs from 12-4 PM/ET. Additionally, FOX News correspondent Casey Stegall will be in Dallas, FOX News senior meteorologist Janice Dean will be based in Little Rock, Arkansas, FOX Weather correspondent Robert Ray and FOX News correspondent Jonathan Hunt will report from Indianapolis Motor Speedway, FOX Weather correspondent Brandy Campbell will be in Rochester, New York and FOX Business correspondent Kelly Saberi will be in Bloomington, Indiana. FOX News multimedia reporters Joy Addison, Olivianna Calmes and Kailey Schuyler in Waco, Texas, Cape Girardeau, Missouri and Burlington, Vermont respectively. Additionally, FOX Weather meteorologist Nick Kosir will host a viewing party of the total solar eclipse from FOX Square, outside the network’s New York City headquarters. Beginning at 12 PM/ET, a multiscreen viewing experience will be set up on Sixth Avenue to showcase the live coverage. 

FOX Weather will also provide extended segments with correspondents in the days leading up to the eclipse. Correspondent Max Gorden will visit the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles to speak with Dr. E.C. Kupp and Campbell will interview NASA scientists about the phenomenon leading up to April 8th. will feature forecasts, popular events coinciding with the eclipse and other special content explaining the eclipse. FOX Weather will also support other FOX News Media platforms throughout the day including FOX News Channel and FOX Business Network.

FOX Weather is a 24/7 free ad-supported television service (FAST) operated by FOX News Media. The service builds upon FOX News Channel’s expansive news gathering units & FOX Television Stations’ (FTS) added resources with a combined 120 meteorologists for a comprehensive suite of weather products featuring local, regional, and national reporting, in addition to live programming. Utilizing multiple radar systems, including an immersive mobile 3D radar, FOX Weather offers users an innovative approach to forecasting, including coverage surrounding all weather patterns, from immediate to long-term. Available at and through the FOX Weather app for iOS and Android, FOX Weather is on internet-connected TVs via the FOX News app, Verizon Fios, Spectrum, Optimum, Cox Communications, Samsung TV Plus, DISH Network, Tubi, Fire TV Channels, Amazon Freevee, YouTube TV, The Roku Channel, DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu + Live TV, TCLtv+, LG Channels, Fubo, XUMO Play, Vizio Watchfree+, Sling Freesteam, Audacy and Plex. FOX Weather is also accessible across FTS’s full Diginet footprint, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, Atlanta, Houston, Washington, Phoenix, Seattle, Tampa Bay, Minneapolis, Detroit, Orlando, Milwaukee, and Austin.


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