Kristi Gordon is the Senior Meteorologist on Global BC’s News Hour, Early News and Noon News. She was born and raised in White Rock and Crescent Beach and earned a double science major in Meteorology and Physical Geography at the University of British Columbia.
After eight years in university (way too long), Kristi spent the next several years working across Canada as a both an Operational Meteorologist and On-air Meteorologist. She started initially in Vancouver but lived in both Toronto and Edmonton for a while. During that time she worked for almost every other network in the country: The Weather Network, CTV, A-Channel and CityTV. Kristi now brings that experience home and is honoured to be part of the top-rated newscast in the country.
Kristi and her husband, Paul, have a three-year-old troublemaker (…I mean lovely boy) and another on the way in July 2015. You can find the whole family out enjoying the weather (rain or shine) biking, walking, skiing or swimming. If you see them, say hi!
You can watch Kristi on TV from noon until 7 p.m. every weekday on Global BC’s News Hour at 6 p.m., Early News at 5 p.m. and Noon News Hour. She is on BC1’s After Noon Show at 1 p.m., Unfiltered with Jill Krop from 2-5 p.m. and on the radio from 3-6 p.m. on CKNW News Talk AM980 and AM730 All Traffic All The Time (and some weather).
Kristi is currently on maternity leave.
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“Besides, times have changed. Pregnant women don’t have to feel ashamed of their growing bodies. This type of disapproval is a relic from a different time. “ Continue reading →
Many lucky people have seen the Northern Lights but very few understand how it is created. Meteorologist Kristi Gordon has a simple explanation. Continue reading →
February temperatures have resembled those usually seen in the first three weeks of April, and the freezing level over the past few days has been close to 3,000 metres, or similar to May and June. Continue reading →
A series of pacific storms will cross the B.C. coast this week. Continue reading →
When a very cold air mass flows over a warmer body of water it creates an effect known as ‘Arctic sea smoke.’ Continue reading →
The first snowfall of the season could hit B.C.’s South Coast Friday night, with areas on Vancouver Island expecting to be the hardest hit on Saturday morning. Continue reading →
The clean-up begins this morning after an intense system of torrential rain and wind across many parts of the province. Continue reading →