Lucy is part of the ITV National Weather team and often presents weather forecasts for ITV Sport coverage and Good Morning Britain. Lucy is no stranger to early shifts having previously spent five years presenting on the breakfast show on Sky News, covering daily UK forecasts as well as extreme international weather stories and Climate Change content.
Lucy's interest in understanding the planet and how it works led her to study Geography and Earth Sciences at university before cutting her teeth for several years at the Press Association's Weather Centre, later known as Meteogroup, where she trained and worked as a meteorologist, writing daily forecasts for the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
Lucy lives in central London but grew up in rural Norfolk and Suffolk and loves a mix of city and country life.
Alex grew up in Bristol where he still lives today. As a child he spent a lot of time with his weather obsessed grandmother who sparked an interest in him from a young age. A few years on Alex developed an interest in the media and by chance an opportunity came up to combine his two interests at ITV West Country. Since 2005 Alex has been part of the weather team and his responsibilities also stretch across ITV Network Weather and Good Morning Britain. He’s also presented a number of weather documentaries on Channel 4. Alex also has a passion for current affairs and can be seen presenting ITV’s ‘Tonight’ programme.
Off screen Alex has dedicated much of his time to working with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Much of his work has been in Schools, Colleges, Young Offenders Institutes and HMP’s. Alex has volunteered with a number of charities and is the Ambassador for Empire Fighting Chance.
Outside of work Alex spends most of his time with his son in Bristol and when he’s not being daddy can be found in the gym which has been another big passion since he was 17.
A true Norfolk girl, Becky started her presenting career at ITV Anglia in 2000 where she combined her onscreen work with radio and magazine journalism. Five years later, and after a little light meteorological dabbling for Channel Five, Sky and Channel 4, she moved to London to join the national weather team working across ITV’s network shows.
Becky’s hobbies are all extreme and frequently end in injury and complete disaster; ocean yacht racing, rock climbing, snowboarding, surfing and tiddlywinks. She is an enthusiastic singer (also extreme if standing on a table) and a truly appalling dancer.
Since her fourth child was born, however, she has devoted the entirety of her time away from work to domestic servitude. Very happily. (Almost all the time).