Audrey Puente is a Meteorologist/Feature Reporter for WNYW/ FOX 5.
Previously, she was Chief Weather Anchor for WWOR-TV/My9 providing forecasts for the station's "My9 News at Ten."
Puente joined My9 from WCBS-TV where she provided weather forecasts for "CBS 2 News This Morning" and "CBS 2 News at Noon." She also provided fill-in reports for the CBS national morning program "The Early Show."
Previously, she served as a meteorologist for WNBC-TV and delivered weekend reports for "Today in New York." Prior to this, Puente was the weekend meteorologist for WAPT-TV in Jackson, MS., where she appeared on the station's 5 PM and 10 PM newscasts.
Earlier, she served as the weekend weather anchor for WXVT-TV in Greenville, MS and the weekday weather anchor at WJCL-TV in Savannah, GA. Puente began her career as a production assistant for WNYW-TV in New York.
Puente is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the American Meteorological Society, and the National Weather Association.
Puente is a graduate of Syracuse University, where she received a B.S. in Speech Communications. She received her M.S. in Geosciences with an emphasis on meteorology from Mississippi State University.
She is a New York native who still resides in her hometown.
The latest from Audrey Puente
Winter storm to hit NYC with heavy rain, gusty winds
As much as two inches of rain could fall in and around New York City overnight Friday.
What happened to winter in NYC?
We've barely had any winter in New York City. Here is the reason.
Betting on weather takes off
Weather betting is becoming a thing and betters are doubling down.
Why cities on the same latitude as NYC have different weather
A ride around the world at the 40-degree latitude where New York City sits will have you move through cities in Spain, Italy, Turkey, and China. Even though different cities can be along the same latitude, they don't always have the same weather. Why is that?
2022 Atlantic hurricane season outlook
The outlook for the 2022 Atlantic Basin season calls for 14 to 21 named storms. Out of all those storms, six to 10 of those are predicted to become hurricanes.
What is smoke on the water? That and other unusual weather terms explained
Have you heard of a snownado? How about a steam devil? These are just a couple of the unusual terms used to describe unusual weather phenomena, some of which can be dangerous but others are simply fascinating to witness.
Livestreaming storm hunters draw big audiences online
Many weather enthusiasts have created YouTube channels with big followings. These livestreamers quickly bring potentially lifesaving real-time weather information to their audiences.
New York could experience a damaging earthquake
Earthquakes do happen in the Northeast United States, including in New York. Experts are concerned that a damaging quake could hit New York City.
What is a nor'easter?
The Northeast United States is sometimes plagued with storms called nor'easters. These storms can happen any time of the year. However, they are most common between September and April. The East Coast is the perfect region for these storms to develop.
Hurricane Sally shifts east; dangerous storm surge expected along Gulf Coast
Flooding has already begun in areas outside of New Orleans. The tidal surge pushed water onto roadways, lawns, and docks in parts of coastal Mississippi.