KID Reporter Application

Do you have what it takes to be a KID Reporter? Here's your chance to prove it!
  • *We will call around 6:45am to record KID Reporter over the phone.


The following is a sample script only. Feel free to deliver the weather in your own style! As long as the critical information (high and low temperatures, general conditions, etc.) is in the forecast, that’s what we care about most! The total forecast should run somewhere between 20 and 30 seconds, so you may want to pre-read it a few times to make sure it’s in the ballpark. If you’re looking to get a little creative, you could perhaps include what people should wear, or to plan some extra time if we’re expecting snowy or icy roads, or to put on the sunscreen if it’s going to be hot. You get the idea. Put your own twist into the forecast!

Also, once we confirm you as a kid reporter, we will call around 6:35am and play it back around 7:08.

Once confirmed, go to our weather partner, Local News 8’s weather site:

You can use information from the “Detailed Forecast” section on that page.


“Today will be [cold/chilly/mild/hot/etc.] with temperatures around _____________ degrees. We expect some [sunshine/cloud cover/rain/snow, etc.] this afternoon.

Tonight we’ll see [rain/clear skies/a few clouds/snow/etc.] and a low temperature of _______.

Tomorrow we’re expecting [more snow, more sunshine, less rain, etc. and a high of ________ degrees.

From the First Alert Weather Center, I’m  Kid reporter ________________ [NAME] from  __________  (school or city).”