Born in Miami, WSVN's Vivian Gonzalez has guided the city through Hurricanes Wilma and Katrina and seemingly every other named storm since 2005. In a climate where the weather can change by the minute, she always keeps it real, explaining some of the most complex scenarios in an easy-to-digest fashion. You can catch Gonzalez on WSVN weekday mornings from 5 to 10 a.m. Regardless of how grumpy your pre-coffee self may be, it's hard to be moody after she dishes the forecast (regardless of how much rain is coming). Gonzalez doesn't stop with just the on-air info either: She provides video updates, tweets, and more across her social platforms throughout the day. In addition to fulfilling her role as a meteorologist, Gonzalez is also a proud wife, mother, and dog-mom to Brownie Bear the Schnauzer, all of which fans have come to know through her social media posts. She regularly shows love to local nonprofits too, including La Liga Contra el Cancer and Habitat for Humanity, so her community outreach goes well beyond telling locals when to hunker down.