Stacey Garvilla

Stacey Garvilla

Stacey Garvilla is the chief meteorologist for KRDO StormTracker 13. She joined our team in December, 2017.

So where did you come from?
I just came here from Joplin, Missouri where I spent over 5 years forecasting. Home is Georgetown, Delaware near the beach.


What brought you to Colorado, had you visited before?
The challenge of forecasting near the mountains and of course the beauty of this area. It fits my lifestyle as I enjoy being outdoors and am an avid runner.


What do you love the most about being a meteorologist?
It’s a daily challenge and it allows me to be creative. It’s dynamic between the science of forecasting and then telling a story on air to make weather informative and compelling for the audience. 


What do you like to do when you’re not working?
I enjoy running, hiking and spending time exploring with my husband and two dogs. 


Favorite book, movie, and music?
Favorite move is Twister and I enjoy reading weather books. I listen to all kinds of music. 

Latest Stories

  • Cooler and Breezy Tomorrow 4-25-18
    Stacey Garvilla

    Cooler and Breezy Tomorrow 4-25-18

    TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies continue tonight. Warmer with lows in the 30s.

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  • Showers Ending Tonight 4-24-18
    Stacey Garvilla

    Showers Ending Tonight 4-24-18

    TONIGHT: Ongoing rain and snow showers continue moving farther south overnight to reach the Southern Mountains, Southern I-25 Corridor and Southeastern Plains. Slick spots are possible on wet roadways while temperatures continue to drop below freezing in the 20s and low 30s. As showers end from north to south, skies will also clear from north to south.

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  • Cooler Weather on the Way 4-23-18
    Stacey Garvilla

    Cooler Weather on the Way 4-23-18

    TONIGHT: Isolated showers remain possible with mostly cloudy skies. Winds begin to increase early and this keeps temps in the 30s and 40s overnight.

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  • More Rounds of Showers Overnight 4-20-18
    Stacey Garvilla

    More Rounds of Showers Overnight 4-20-18

    TONIGHT: A band of heavy snow has set up through El Paso, Teller and Fremont counties. This is causing poor visibility with some slushy roads. 1-3" of additional accumulation will be possible within this band. Areas of fog and freezing fog will remain possible adding to the slick roadways and poor visibility. A few rain showers mixing with snowflakes will still remain possible over the Plains and along the Southern I-25 corridor. Overnight lows reach the 20s and 30s.

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  • Wind Alert Today, Weather Alert Tomorrow 4-19-18
    Stacey Garvilla

    Wind Alert Today, Weather Alert Tomorrow 4-19-18

    TONIGHT: Skies become mostly cloudy overnight with lows falling to the 20s and 30s. Winds will still be breezy as gusts to the 30s and 40s will still be common. Snow moves over the mountains with very isolated chances for chances for rain and snow by the early morning hours along and west of I-25.

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