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 dropping but fire danger is on the rise
Temperatures will be cooling over the next few days but fire danger is on the rise in your late week forecast.
A Heat Advisory is ahead for the valley and foothills today, but a welcome cooling trend will be on the way for the end of your work week.
We're getting HOT for the start of your work week, but there is relief ahead in your extended forecast.
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The Delta Breeze will provide modest relief from the heat today but more triple digit high temperatures are ahead in your extended forecast.
Temperatures won't be as hot as yesterday but are staying above average and the potential for Sierra thunderstorms will return this evening.
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Triple digit heat and the chance for mountain thunderstorms are ahead for your Wednesday
Dangerous heat is ahead for your Tuesday, but modest relief returns for the end of the week.