*This year's Heartland Regional Emmy award winner for Best Weather Anchor/Meteorologist*
*For second year in a rowAP Associated Press award winner for Best Weathercast*
*The Colorado Broadcasters Association awarded Meteorologist Kathy Sabine first place for best weathercast for four years*
*Follow me on Twitter @kathysabine9 for fun facts and weather updates*
Kathy Sabine joined 9NEWS in the spring of 1993, and is currently the Chief Meteorologist and lead forecaster on the 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10 p.m. newscasts Monday through Friday.
You can hear her forecasts on four Entercom radio stations: KOSI 101.1, KALC Alice 105.9, KEZW Studio 1430 and 99.5 The Mountain. She writes a daily forecast for the Denver Post and the Coloradoan newspaper in Fort Collins and Greeley. She writes a daily weather forecast on 9News.com. She is amember of theAmericanMeteorological Society (AMS) and a member of the National Weather Association (NWA), also aBroadcaster Seal of Approval Evaluation Board Member.
Kathy Sabine was given aRegional Emmy awardfour times for Best Weather Anchor. Herfifth Emmy was given for reporting and her severe storm coverage of twin twisters in eastern Colorado. She has four CBA or Colorado Broadcasting Awards andtwo AP awards, onefor newswriting.
Kathy has worked in television since she graduated from Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo, California. Along with her forecasting work Kathy has spent time anchoring the news, reporting, producing and writing. She has also spent time behind the scenes in production as a chyron operator, camera operator, audio technician, floor director and tape operator.
Kathy developed a love of the outdoors and nature in her hometown of Truckee, a small mountain town in northern California near Lake Tahoe. She learned to ski when she was two and her family was very involved in the ski industry when she was a child. Kathy was also very involved with horses and rodeo.