Felicia Rodriguez is the Meteorologist for WPBF News 25 Mornings. She joined WPBF as a news reporter in 1998. Before coming to West Palm Beach, Felicia lived in Panama City Beach, where she worked as a reporter and morning anchor.

    Felicia graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunication-News from the University of Florida, before continuing her Meteorological studies at Mississippi State University.

    During her 10 years of reporting, Felicia has covered many weather-related stories across the state, including devastating tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires and major flooding.

    Living in Florida is important to Felicia. She enjoys the weather and culture South Florida has to offer. You can often find Felicia sharing her knowledge of the weather with students on her weekly visits to area schools. Felicia also gives numerous hurricane presentations to the community throughout the year, educating the public on how to prepare for storm season.

    Felicia is also very active in the community, she offers her time and talents to many local charities and organizations. She serves on the Board of Directors for Communities in Schools and Hearts and Hope. She is also on the Kravis Center's Community Relations Committee and a Weight Watcher's Instructor. In her spare time, Felicia enjoys going to the movies, and spending time with friends and family. Felicia is the oldest of four children.

    She has two brothers and a sister, they all live in Miami. Felicia's parents moved to New York from Puerto Rico when they were young. Felicia spent much of her childhood growing up in the Bronx. Her family then moved to Miami in 1986.

    Felicia has called South Florida home for the past 20 years.