Amy Freeze, who had spent the past decade as meteorologist for WABC Eyewitness News Saturday and Sunday mornings, has left the station. Her last day was Sunday.
She called the news “bittersweet” on social media, and reflected on her “amazing decade at Eyewitness News.” It’s not clear what she’s doing next, but Freeze said, “I’m not leaving NYC.”
The Utah-born Freeze—and yes, that is her real last name—arrived at WABC in 2011, after working as chief meteorologist for Fox News in Chicago. She previously worked at WCAU in Philadelphia, Denver’s KMGH and KPTV’s Good Day Oregon morning news program in Portland, Ore.
Bittersweet news… Tomorrow will be my last day at @abc7ny I hope you will spend some of your Sunday Morning with us… it’s been an amazing decade at Eyewitness News! (I’m not leaving NYC!) @mikemarzaABC7 @ToniYates7 @mcharlesworth7 pic.twitter.com/fh8I6TpKoH
— Amy Freeze (@TheAmyFreeze) October 2, 2021