Madeline Evans
Madeline Evans is a meteorologist for Action News.

Before joining the ABC30 Action News Team she was the weekday afternoon Meteorologist for WTKR News 3 in Norfolk, Va. where she forecasted anything from hurricanes, to snowstorms, and tornadoes.

Madeline's passion since she was little has been Meteorology. She started off being terrified of storms until she started to learn the science behind it. To further her education Madeline graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with her Bachelors's Degree in Meteorology and a minor in Communation and Broadcast Journalism.

Madeline is originally from South Carolina and moved to the Central Valley to be with her husband who is a Naval Aviator at NAS Lemoore. Her and her husband love to travel and explore all the amazing places the West Coast has to offer.

Madeline's Stories
Accuweather Forecast: Sunny and warm
A bit warmer today with highs in the low to mid 80s.. Shayla Girardin will have your full forecast on Action News.
How to prepare for earthquakes during International Shakeout Day
Even with the challenges of COVID-19 the Great Shakeout earthquake drill will still be happening this year whether it is virtually or from home.
When will we see rain in the Central Valley? Not anytime soon
ABC30 Meteorologist Madeline Evans explains why we won't be seeing rain anytime soon in the Central Valley.
Record-breaking heat reported in the Central Valley, no let up in sight
RECORD-BREAKING HEAT: We will continue to see the Excessive Heat Warning through Thursday, ABC30 Meteorologist Madeline Evans says.
Heat Wave Hits Central California
An update on the Heat Wave now hitting Central California from meteorologist Madeline Evans.
Valley residents brace for heat as temperatures creep into the 100s today
HERE COMES THE HEAT: Temperatures Tuesday morning were about five to ten degrees above where we were on Monday morning, and the day will continue to warm up.
Central Valley braces for heat-wave this week, temperatures to break 100
High temperatures for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are forecasted to range from 100 to 107 degrees.