KC Sherman

Professional Experience

I joined the WINK News team in April 2020 and I previously served as the weekday morning meteorologist at Spectrum News in Charlotte, NC.

News Philosophy

Keep calm and carry on! Especially when it comes to the craziness of hurricane season in Florida.

Hobbies, Interest & Community Involvement

When I’m not forecasting the weather for Southwest Florida, I enjoy trying new restaurants, spending time with friends, and, of course, spending time at the beautiful beaches that Southwest Florida has to offer!

Education

Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Science, University of Missouri

Memorable Assignments

My career in television news has taken me all across the country and allowed me to cover everything from mountain snow events in Rocky Mountain West, to severe weather outbreaks in the Mid-Atlantic, to hurricanes. The most memorable weather event I covered as an on-air meteorologist was Hurricane Dorian’s landfall along the Outer Banks of North Carolina in 2019.

Interesting Fact

I have a twin sister.

Likes best about Southwest Florida

Being so close to the beach and ocean!

Hometown

New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Drier start Tuesday morning; storms return in afternoon

After a few morning showers Monday, Tuesday will feature a drier start to the day, with storms not set to fire up until after...
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Labor Day Forecast: Scattered storms for some, but will our beaches be dry?

Happy Labor Day! As many of you flock to our Southwest Florida beaches Monday, the forecast presents some good news. Our main chance for...
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Wet, gloomy start to Friday, but what’s ahead for Labor Day weekend?

Friday will feature another wet, gloomy day as abundant tropical moisture remains in place. Periods of rain and perhaps a storm or two will...
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Ida weakens; scattered storms locally today

Ida made landfall as a strong Category 4 hurricane in Port Fourchon Sunday. It has weakened considerably, now a tropical depression, but continues to...
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SWFL still in cone of Tropical Depression Fred

Per the 11 p.m. update Wednesday, Fred is still a Tropical Depression with 35 mph max sustained winds, moving to the west-northwest at 15...
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SWFL forecast: Summertime pattern continues; Tropical storm could impact weekend plans

Get ready for another day featuring a classic summer setup. While we'll be dry to start the day, storms will begin to roll in...
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Morning showers, afternoon storms as tropical moisture remains

Look out for a few showers throughout the morning commute Monday, as tropical moisture continues to be dragged in from the south from a...
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Subtropical Storm Ana forms in the Atlantic, fire alert for SWFL

Subtropical Storm Ana has formed overnight in the Atlantic to the NE of Bermuda. As of 11 P.M. Saturday, Ana packs winds of 45...

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