Leslie Lopez
Leslie Lopez is the morning meteorologist for ABC7 Eyewitness News, providing weekday weather reports for the 4am, 5am, and 6am newscasts.

Leslie joined ABC7 in 2016 and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Mississippi State University, where she studied broadcast meteorology. In addition, Leslie has also completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from UC Riverside. She is also certified as a broadcast meteorologist by Mississippi State University.

Leslie is a SoCal native, hailing from Chino Hills, and graduated from Pomona Catholic High School. She joined ABC7 after spending several years at KUSI in San Diego, where she worked as a weekday morning weather/traffic anchor, fill-in anchor, and host. Before that she held dual roles at Bakersfield NBC-affiliate KGET, where she worked as a reporter and weekend weather anchor. Leslie has enjoyed all of her on-air roles, from reporting, to hosting, to anchoring, and to weather. But in her passion for science and the challenge of meteorology, Leslie has found her calling.

Leslie also assists in hosting "On The Red Carpet" at the Academy Awards with George Pennacchio, Karl Schmid, and Roshumba Williams.

Outside of work, Leslie enjoys spending time with her young son and husband. Her hobbies include travel, dining, golf, home improvement projects, reading, writing, and dreaming.

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Contact:
ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Leslie Lopez
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
818-863-7777

Leslie's Stories
California Dreaming: How the pandemic is giving the Golden State a chance to reimagine the future of child care
The pandemic has shed new light on child care needs and the possibilities for creative solutions for work/home balance.
Sylmar earthquake 50 years later: Destructive temblor marked turning point in the science of quakes
The 1971 Sylmar earthquake marked a major turning point in understanding the science behind earthquakes. Scientists are using what they learned 50 years ago to make us safer today.
Storm timeline: How long will rain continue across Southern California?
The strongest storm of this season is moving through Southern California. Here's when we expect the rain to clear out of the region.
Eyewitness This: SoCal colleges listed among best for LGBTQ+ students, California named most fun state, 'Frozen 2' trailer drops
Here are some stories to start your day. Some SoCal schools are listed among the top colleges for LGBTQ+ students. A list names California as the most fun state. Plus, a new "Frozen 2" trailer arrives.
Eyewitness This: Ben & Jerry's recall, free national park admission, CA university offers class on late singer Selena
Here are some stories to start your day. Two popular Ben & Jerry's flavors are under recall. Plus, you can get free admission to all national park this weekend. And a California university is offering a class all about late singer Selena.
Eyewitness This: 10 tons of beef patties recalled, Walgreens sold expired EpiPens, new 'Toy Story' ride at Disney California Adventure
Here are some stories to start your day. There's a major recall involving 10 tons of beef patties. Walgreens admits it sold expired EpiPens. Plus there's a new "Toy Story"-themed ride at Disney California Adventure!
Eyewitness This: IE sheriff's bloodhound nabs assault suspect, push to tax sugary drinks, $750M Powerball jackpot
Here are some stories to start your day. A Riverside County sheriff's bloodhound helped nab an assault suspect. Plus, there's a new push to possibly tax your favorite sugary drinks. And the Powerball jackpot has ballooned to $750 million!
Eyewitness This: Most talked about Oscars moments, dolphin rescued in Manhattan Beach, new Girl Scouts center in Inglewood
Here are the stories to start your day: Everyone is talking about Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's passionate Oscars performance, a beached dolphin was rescued, plus a new Girl Scouts center in Inglewood!