Mallory Nicholls has been forecasting the weather with the Spectrum News family since September 2013.
Mallory moved around after graduating from North Carolina State University near her hometown. She’s delivered forecasts in Tennessee and South Carolina, but she always knew she wanted to make her way to Florida. Mallory loves tracking the life cycle of a tropical event.
Mallory recently received her master’s degree in emergency management to better prepare for delivering torrential weather forecasts. Mallory knows it’s so important to communicate through an entire weather event, including what’s going to happen, how to handle it, and how to recover afterward.
Mallory’s exemplary coverage has earned her a Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association and the Certification for Broadcast Meteorology from the American Meteorological Society. In addition, Mallory is the proud recipient of the Florida Emergency Preparedness Agencies Media Award in 2018. She’s covered emergencies especially close to home, including hurricanes Irma, Ian, and Nicole. She has a personal interest in communicating information as effectively as possible.
In her free time, Mallory enjoys going to Disney and Universal as a season pass holder, and especially likes walking around Epcot. She loves trying new foods — she is a self-proclaimed foodie — and her favorite place to grab dinner is Guru in Clermont. Mallory is a runner and has completed a few dozen half-marathons and recently completed her first full marathon. The best kept secret in Orlando? Keeping off Interstate 4 while the sun is up!