Cort Klopping has been a part of the KNVN/KHSL team since 2006, when he began as an intern in the production department, while finish school at California State University Chico. He has held several positions at the stations including photographer, news reporter, news anchor, and weather anchor.
Cort served as a news photographer from 2007 until 2008, when he began his duties in front of the camera as a general assignment news reporter. From 2008 to 2013, Cort's responsibilities included reporting news three days a week, and delivering the weather forecasts for our weekend broadcasts. From May 2013 until present, Cort Klopping has been our outgoing news, and weather co-anchor for Action News Now in the morning, and at noon.
Cort is a native of the Bay Area city of Fremont, but has made Chico his home for the past 13 years. He plans on continuing to serve the community he has grown to love for many years to come.
Temperatures are staying cool, but gusty north winds will drive high fire danger across northern California on Tuesday. Breezy north winds, warmer temperatures, and dry conditions are ahead for your Wednesday. We'll stay dry and get even warmer from late this week through this weekend.
Big and welcome changes are on the way for your first Monday of the fall season. Cooler temperatures and showers are expected in your Monday forecast, but fire danger will also be high in some areas. We'll dry out, but stay cool on Tuesday. Dry and warmer conditions are ahead from the middle to latter part of this week.
A welcome cooling trend is on the way for the latter half of your weekend and early next week, but we'll also have stronger winds driving elevated fire danger across northern California. The potential for showers will return Monday into early Tuesday, and temperatures will cool through Tuesday. We'll then dry out and heat back up to around average from the middle to latter part of the week.
Hot and dry conditions will continue to keep fire danger elevated Friday, but our winds will not be as strong today. Temperatures will cool down through this weekend, but we'll stay dry. Stronger southwest winds, even cooler temperatures, and the potential for wet weather is ahead for next week.
Hotter temperatures, partly cloudy skies, very dry conditions and gusty north winds are ahead for your Thursday. Fire danger will be high today, and we'll stay hot through the end of this week. Temperatures will cool down through this weekend, and we'll be cooler with the chance for showers next week.
Conditions are mild for your final morning of the summer season, and we'll end up slightly cooler for your first afternoon of fall. Temperatures will heat up late this week, but a welcome cooling trend and the potential for showers will return in your extended forecast.
Gusty winds will keep fire danger elevated early Tuesday, but winds will diminish this afternoon. We'll also get a little warmer for your final day of the summer season today. Dry conditions and around to above average temperatures are expected through Friday. Temperatures will then cool down this weekend.
Dry conditions, warmer temperatures, and gusty north winds will drive high fire danger and a Red Flag Warning across most of northern California Monday. Winds will diminish and temperatures will warm up on Tuesday. We'll stay dry and heat up later this week. Cooler temperatures then return for your weekend.
Staying sunny and warm across northern California on Friday, but big changes are on the way for your weekend. Much cooler temperatures, the potential for showers, and then stronger winds are all expected to move through in your weekend forecast.
Cooler temperatures and improving air quality are ahead for your Thursday. We'll get even cooler as we head through this weekend. We'll also have stronger winds and the potential for wet weather on the way in your weekend forecast.