Maria Molina joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in October 2010. She currently serves as a weather reporter and has been awarded the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation by the American Meteorological Society (AMS).
Before joining FNC, Molina was a bilingual television meteorologist for AccuWeather in State College, Pennsylvania, where she presented local and national weather forecasts in both English and Spanish. Prior to AccuWeather, Molina interned for a number of local television stations across the country, including WTVJ/WSCV-TV (NBC/Telemundo) in Miami and WAVY-TV (NBC) in Portsmouth, Virginia.
She also worked as a production assistant for the "South Florida Today” show in Miami (NBC). Molina began her career as a meteorologist in Tallahassee, Florida for "4FSU Weather," a student-run live weather show for a Tallahassee cable channel. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from Florida State University, where she graduated with honors and cum laude.
While at FSU, she conducted research in meteorology, regarding the track of Hurricane Andrew.