Marvin Gómez, Bilingual Weather Broadcaster

Marvin Gómez delivers accurate on-air weather forecasting nationally and internationally in English and Spanish for the AccuWeather Network and its widespread client base.  

Growing up in a bilingual and multicultural environment outside Chicago, Marvin became interested in broadcasting at a young age watching Spanish television news shows. In May 2016, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from Lewis University. Throughout his college career, he successfully completed internships with WSNS Telemundo Chicago, WLS ABC7 Chicago, WOCK MundoFOX13 and WGBO Univision Chicago. His passion for meteorology started when he interned for Telemundo. Marvin witnessed the how a tornado warning changed the day’s content production and the importance of saving lives in the path of the tornado. He knew from there he wanted to become an on-air meteorologist. 

Prior to joining AccuWeather in December 2017, Marvin worked at WVEN-Univision Orlando. He did extensive severe weather coverage during Hurricane Irma, Maria, Matthew, and Tropical Storm Emily. He also reported on various issues of importance to the Hispanic community in central Florida. 

Born in Guatemala, Marvin is proud to be an immigrant living the American Dream. English is his second language and hopes to fully learn Italian and Portuguese. He considers himself a world citizen and enjoys traveling. Marvin is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 

Marvin loves interacting with people on social media and sharing AccuWeather updates to keep people safe. He has experienced and seen first hand the impacts of most weather hazards non-meteorological natural hazards such as volcanic eruptions, and earthquakes.  

Marvin is committed to delivering the highest impact forecasts with Superior Accuracy on the AccuWeather Network and across digital platforms. He is continuing his education to earn a Weather Forecasting Certificate from Pennsylvania State University, and a Bachelor of Science in Geosciences from Mississippi State University.