From the mountains to the plains, you can expect to find Cory wherever weather strikes.
He spent 14 years as a news photographer before becoming a meteorologist in 2010. He is a Colorado native born in Colorado Springs, graduating from Manitou Springs High School in 1992. In 1999, he earned his B.A. in Mass Communications from Mesa State College (Colorado Mesa University) and then his B.S. in Geo-sciences from Mississippi State University in 2010.
Cory has vast experience in covering mother nature, from mudslides on Storm King Mountain, to wild fires in Colorado and Central Florida, to floods, blizzards, sink holes, and ice storms. He has covered several deadly tornadoes in Kansas and Oklahoma while working at KAKE-TV in Wichita, and he won an Emmy for his coverage of the April 2011 tornado outbreak in Alabama while working for WFTV in Orlando. Also, while in Central Florida, Cory covered 20 landfalling tropical cyclones, including 14 hurricanes (Charley, Frances, Ivan, Jeanne, Dennis, Katrina, Ophelia, Rita, Wilma, Ernesto, Gustav, Ike, Ida, and Irene).
He lives in Arvada with his wife Tiffany and their two kids. They love to play in the great outdoors while the weather in cooperating.