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.
We'll be staying dry and warm through your first weekend of December, and even warmer weather is expected early next week.
Breezy north winds have developed overnight and that has kept some valley areas warmer to start your Tuesday. We'll have gusty north winds and warmer temperatures on the way for your afternoon. Dry and warm weather continues in your extended forecast.
Dry weather, chilly overnight low temperatures, and above average high temperatures are ahead for your end of November and start of your December.
Scattered showers will continue in mountain areas through your Wednesday. We'll dry out tonight and gusty north winds will develop for your Thanksgiving Day Forecast. Lighter winds, warm high temperatures and chilly low temperatures will be ahead for Friday through your weekend.
Dry, mostly sunny, and breezy conditions are ahead for your Tuesday. Mostly mountain showers return late tonight through Wednesday afternoon, then we'll be dry and windy for Thanksgiving day.
Clearing skies and warm temperatures are on the way for your Monday afternoon. We'll be staying sunny and warm on Tuesday, but the potential for rain and snow showers will return in your Tuesday night through Wednesday forecast. Dry & pleasant weather ahead for your Thanksgiving.
Mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures are ahead for your Friday and Saturday. A modest dip in high temperatures and clouds return for your Sunday. The potential for mountain showers will return in your extended forecast.
Showers are lingering in our northern zones this morning, but we'll be drying out by this afternoon. Mostly mild and warmer conditions continue through your weekend.
More rain and snow are ahead in your Wednesday forecast, and we'll have a chance for thunderstorm activity in some areas. Dry and warmer weather returns for the end of this week and your upcoming weekend.
Heavy rain, heavy high elevation snow, the potential for flash flooding, and very strong south winds are all ahead for your Tuesday. More rain and snow showers are ahead for Wednesday, and then we'll dry out late this week.
Data is updated nightly.
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